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Revenue opens its doors

The Inland Revenue has announced it will be holding open days for its accounts offices in Shipley, Yorkshire, and Cumbernauld, Scotland.

The open days will allow accountants, agents and payroll managers the chance to see how cheques, telephone calls and correspondence are handled by the Revenue’s automated process.

Each year, the offices bank and account for £185bn, on average banking 56,000 cheques a day.

Over the last year, the two offices handled 1.75 million correspondence and 3 million telephone calls.

The open days will be held on 16 and 17 November in Shipley and 15/16 February 2001 in Cumbernauld.

Inland Revenue

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