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HMRC Targets Tradesmen who do not submit Tax Returns

The HMRC has announced that it will run campaigns this year to target higher rate taxpayers who fail to submit tax returns. In particular the HMRC have indicated that they will target tradesmen working in home improvement and direct selling businesses. Roofers, carpenters and joiners have been identified as key group the taxman will be pursuing for underpaid and undeclared tax. However, the HMRC will take a more lenient approach to taxpayers who make voluntary disclosures.

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