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Revenue's coded plea

Is all the bad publicity getting to HM Revenue & Customs? The tax credit disasters and the qualification of its accounts seem to have caused the department to take a more pleading tone. TS only asks because we’ve just seen HMRC’s new P46 form.

Attentive readers may realise that this is to be introduced shortly to deal with the Rev’s PAYE issues. The dummy form runs through all its new features, and references a fictional company supposed to be filling out the form. Its name? Giveus Abreak.

Looks like things really are that bad at 100 Parliament Street. Perhaps TS should lay off the taxman for a while then again why spoil our fun?

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