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HMRC The compliance and enforcement programme

A major HMRC programme to improve the way it tackles evasion delivered £4.32 billion of additional tax yield, reduced staff numbers and improved compliance work. However the Department is not yet exploiting the full potential of its new systems.

Published:
1 Mar 2012
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HM Revenue and Customs Renewed Alcohol Strategy: A progress report

HMRC’s renewed strategy for dealing with alcohol duty fraud is a significant improvement on the previous strategy. However, the Department needs a reliable estimate of the tax gaps for beer and wine; and to tackle successfully the illicit diversion of duty-unpaid alcohol back into the UK market.

Published:
25 Jan 2012
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Core skills at HM Revenue and Customs

HM Revenue and Customs will have to make sure its staff have the right skills if the Department is to succeed in cutting its running costs by 25 per cent by 2014-2015 and bringing in each year an extra £7 billion of tax revenue.

Published:
2 Dec 2011
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The expansion of online filing of tax returns

The programme to increase online filing of tax returns has made significant progress, but HMRC needs a better understanding of the benefits and costs to customers and how its online filing costs compare to those for paper returns.

Published:
11 Nov 2011
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Reducing Costs in HM Revenue & Customs

HMRC faces a significant challenge in securing a £1.6 billion reduction in running costs over the next four years, at the same time as increasing tax revenues, improving customer service and achieving reductions in welfare payments.

Published:
19 Jul 2011
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Managing civil tax investigations

HMRC’s civil investigations directorates, which examine serious cases of suspected tax evasion, have generated increasing returns from their work, while reducing resources. However, there is scope for them to achieve more.

Published:
17 Dec 2010
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HM Revenue & Customs: Engaging with tax agents

HMRC might be able to increase tax revenues by providing more support to professional tax agents, third parties paid by taxpayers to act on their behalf in their dealings with the Department.

Published:
13 Oct 2010