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Revenue’s Pet project

The Revenue has indeed been busy trying to rake in the cash this week. HMRC has also been looking to glean more pennies from brickies and the like with the introduction of a revised tax regime for the Construction Industry Scheme.

TS was therefore saddened to hear Tim Healy, aka former Auf Wiedersehen, Pet! gaffer Dennis, extol the importance of following the new rules for an HMRC radio ad this week.

Surely there must have been many a scaffolding pole and hod dropped in surprise on building sites around the country at Dennis’ turncoat attitude. We were a little bit surprised that Oz and Moxie haven’t had a word with him about their cash-in-hand wages.

Auf wiedersehen to the old rules indeed.

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