More NewsTax cheats targeted in first TV ad

Tax cheats targeted in first TV ad

HMRC launches new television ad and hotline to deal with tax dodgers

People are being urged to report tax cheats in the first television
advertisement of its kind. Due to be screened tomorrow night during Coronation
Street, the ad promoted by HM Revenue & Customs, highlights a new hotline
for people to call with information on tax evaders – 0845 915 4515

HMRC chairman Sir David Varney said: “By far the majority of people are
honest taxpayers, but there is a minority out there who refuse to pay their way.
People who don’t pay affect us all, and turning a blind eye only reinforces
their behaviour.”

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