MANY THINGS leave us baffled here at TS towers. Accounting standards. Tax. The popularity of the Great British Bake-Off. The list is sizeable.
We can now add HM Revenue & Customs’ decision to organise a VIP service at Westminster Abbey later this month to recognise the department’s work collecting revenue.
Does HMRC deserve recognition? Also, we at TS Towers don’t recall tax collectors receiving the fondest of treatments in the Bible.
Still, if any organisation needs God on its side in its work, HMRC does.
Hat tip to Ken Frost for spotting this story.
At HMRC, Dmitri Surendran was responsible for leading the London team of the offshore, corporate and wealthy unit of the fraud investigation service
Research also finds that 84% of businesses believe that the government has not provided enough information about digital tax plans
A total of £16bn was lost through tax fraud last year, according to estimates released by Pinsent Masons
Rosamond McDowell looks at key changes to inheritance tax policy, which apply from April this year