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National Audit Office report: HM Revenue & Customs 2021-22 Accounts

HM Revenue & Customs 2021-22 Accounts

Gareth Davies, the C&AG of the National Audit Office, has reported on the 2021-22 accounts of HM Revenue & Customs.

Gareth Davies, the Comptroller and Auditor General (C&AG) of the National Audit Office, has reported on the 2021-22 accounts of HM Revenue & Customs. His report focuses on: HMRC performance against its objective of collecting revenue and managing compliance; customer service performance; and the causes and rates of error and fraud in the COVID-19 employment support schemes, in Personal Tax Credits and in Corporation Tax research and development reliefs. 

The C&AG has qualified his regularity audit opinion on the 2021-22 Resource Accounts because of material levels of error and fraud in the COVID-19 support schemes, Personal Tax Credits expenditure and Corporation Tax research and development reliefs. 

 

HM Revenue & Customs annual report and accounts 2021-22 

The C&AG’s report (pages R1-R62)

Resource accounts and audit certificate (pages 173-180 and 212-257) 

Trust Statement audit report (on the revenue recorded by HMRC for taxes and duties in 2021-22, pages 168-172) 

 

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Published date: July 18, 2022