TaxPersonal TaxSpecialist units for which the Inland Revenue Special Compliance Office is responsible

Specialist units for which the Inland Revenue Special Compliance Office is responsible

Agricultural Compliance Unit - deals with compliance within the agricultural industry. Includes the operation of PAYE by gang-masters.

  • Section 739 Group – deals with specific anti-avoidance legislation contained within S.739 ICTA1988.

  • Fraud Group – deals with fraud against the Inland Revenue, such as theft of repayment orders, false MIRAS claims or false repayment claims.

  • Computer Investigation Services – deals with development and sharing of computer expertise.

  • Board’s investigation Office – deals with suspected internal fraud and misconduct.

  • SCO Liaison Unit – deals with exchange of information with overseas authorities.

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