TaxPersonal TaxHMRC’s £100m goal for image rights attack

HMRC's £100m goal for image rights attack

The taxman is hoping to rake in cash from the football industry in efforts to nail tax avoidance

The taxman is chasing a reported £100m goal from the UK’s top footballers
with its image rights offensive.

According to HMRC sources, its probe believes such arrangements may have
allowed players to escape paying more than £100m in tax,
the
Daily Telegraph reported.

HMRevenue &Customs previously said it would be clamping down on the
football industry and
Accountancy
Age learned of a high-level meeting
between the Premier League’s FDs at
which image rights and payments to agents were at the top of the agenda.

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