TaxCorporate TaxPoll: Should HMRC’s Hartnett step down?

Poll: Should HMRC's Hartnett step down?

Take part in Accountancy Age's poll, asking whether the permanent secretary for tax should stand aside

AFTER A TUMULTUOUS couple of weeks for HMRC permanent secretary for tax Dave Hartnett, is now the right time for him to leave?

Take part in Accountancy Age’s poll, asking whether the permanent secretary for tax should stand aside.

Click here to make your vote.

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