Tax collectors lack ambition, say MPs, as £42bn remains unpaid Fraud and error have left ‘eye-watering’ amount owed to HMRC, says public accounts committee
As tax season starts, U.S. Treasury emphasizes IRS customer service over audits
The U.S. Internal Revenue Service kicks off the 2023 income tax filing season on Monday armed with 5,000 new customer service representatives to slash call waiting times as the Biden administration implements $80 billion in new IRS funding.
HMRC must be reformed so we can go back to common sense tax collection
Urgent changes are needed in the interests of treating taxpayers with fairness and humanity
Billions lost in tax after HMRC staff shifted to Brexit and Covid fraud
Civil servants ‘being moved from one crisis to another’
Embattled HMRC faces strike as billions in taxes go uncollected
Tens of thousands of staff at crisis-hit HM Revenue and Customs are poised to go on strike as morale hits rock bottom.About 30,000 HMRC staff who are members
'Absolutely staggering': HMRC failing to collect 5% of tax that's owed - as its value revealed
The government has been accused of losing "staggering amounts" of money for public services "through incompetence" after a report found £42bn is owed to HMRC in unpaid taxes.
Taxman taken to task by MPs after failing to collect £42bn
Failures at HM Revenue and Customs mean £42 billion in taxes have not been collected and people are being let down by poor customer service.The taxman has been criticised by the Commons public accounts committee for not dedicating enough resources to tra
Taxman told to get tough on Covid fraudsters as only 25% of lost cash recovered
Dame Meg Hillier, who chairs the Commons public accounts committee, warned HMRC it has a 'moral duty' to pursue fraud after Covid schemes including furlough were found to be 'an open goal' for scammers