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  1. “The tax take for this group of people has fallen by £1 billion since HMRC set up its dedicated unit. At the same time, income tax paid by everyone else has risen by £23 billion. http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/fatcats-pay-1billion-less-tax-9700294 http://www.taxresearch.org.uk/Blog/2017/01/27/public-accounts-committee-says-hmrcs-lack-of-transparency-has-eroded-public-trust-in-a-fair-tax-system/ http://www.rossmartin.co.uk/sme-tax-news/809-mps-initiate-key-changes-in-hmrc https://www.parliament.uk/business/committees/committees-a-z/commons-select/public-accounts-committee/inquiries/parliament-2015/high-net-worth-individuals-hmrc-16-17/
  2. Hi, I've just been to the JC to sign on as usual, asked for a letter confirming receipt off JSA and was told I'm no longer in receipt as it has "just gone over 6 months". Apparently you can only claim for 6 months as a EU citizen but when I started my claim I was told that didn't apply in this case as it was for new migrants. I did the HRT interview showed proof of residence for the last three months as required but tenancy agreement is 7 years old and date of first arrival in UK is 1984! I had my old passport issued in London in 2003, worked in the City since 97, only claimed for a year after the credit crunch, then worked 4 years non stop. Have paid taxes and worked in UK all my life, how can they do this? Have applied for over 100 jobs and had interviews, even an upcoming one so not exact intending to live off the system. In fact they agreed to pay for my travel to this interview so they know about it. When I argued they booked me an interview at the JC in 10 days' time. How can they do this just because I didn't apply for a British passport? It costs £950 and all these years EU citizens had much the same rights. I understand the idea of. Ot wanting people to come here to live off the state but I came here in the 80s and paid my taxes, etc. hardly ever claimed anything other than during the crunch. The CABs are all short staffed and wouldn't see me, any help and advice most welcome! Many thanks
  3. Hi all, I was freelancing last year, opened up my ltd company very early January 2014, and the first accounts will be due in September, along with the tax money. However, for personal reasons I'd like to hold onto that money a month longer. Can the payment be legally delayed for any reasons? Thanks, JB
  4. This story appeared on Scoop today. http://www.inquisitr.com/1690876/if-you-dont-pay-tax-in-russia-the-bailiffs-will-seize-your-cat-miaow/#utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+google%2FyDYq+%28The+Inquisitr+-+News%29 The story bring back the stark reminder that taking family pets was indeed part of the initial proposal from MOJ way back in 2006. Thank goodness it was rejected in this country (but is still used in some foreign countries). I remember complaining at the time that such a proposal would result in aggressive action as we brits are by and large pet lovers.
  5. The areas of focus will include: A taskforce to tackle tax evasion among buy-to-let landlords will focus on East Anglia, London, Leeds, York, Leicester, Nottingham, Lincoln, Durham and Sunderland and is expected to recover £17million; A crackdown on taxi firms in Nottingham, Yorkshire, Leicestershire and Derbyshire, expected to recover more than £2million; Targeting London’s indoor and outdoor market traders to recover £1.85million; A focus on restaurants in the Midlands to recover £2.5m. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/money/news/article-2152701/Taxman-target-buy-let-landlords-taxi-firms-Del-Boy-London-market-traders.html
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