Tens of thousands of people have until 22 June to either tell HMRC they owe
tax or face substantial fines and possible criminal prosecution.
The Revenue said it had received a ‘steady’ response to
But Chris Oates, partner in tax risk management, at Ernst & Young told
BBC News that the numbers of people responding was much less than anticipated.
‘The contacts I have across the major accountancy firms indicate that just a
few hundred people have actually notified the Revenue that there is tax to pay,’
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