The Inland Revenue is expecting 77% accuracy in calculating tax bills produced for self-assessment following widespread reports that it was unwise to have officers do tax sums. Reports within the profession suggested around a quarter of initial tax bills produced for self-assessment taxpayers were wrong. The Revenue pointed out the figures include even the smallest of errors and that it always aims for 100% accuracy.
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