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The deadline for submitting written evidence to this inquiry has now passed. If you still wish to submit evidence to this inquiry, please contact the Committee.
HMRC is responsible for the collection and management of taxes, duties and national insurance contributions. In its code of governance for resolving tax disputes, HMRC outlines internal governance processes that are intended to ensure that it deals with all tax disputes fairly and in an even-handed manner.
The Treasury Sub-Committee will examine whether HMRC’s approach to conducting tax enquiries, resolving tax disputes and determining the amount of tax to be paid meets those standards.
The Treasury Sub-Committee invites written submissions addressing any of the following questions:
Evidence given by Ray McCann, President of the Chartered Institute of Taxation, • Tony Lennon, Freelance and Research Officer, Broadcasting, Entertainment, Communications and Theatre Union (BECTU)
Evidence given by Victoria Todd, Senior Technical Manager, Low Incomes Tax Reform Group, Paula Ruffell, Tax Investigations and Disputes Senior Manager, Grant Thornton UK LLP, Keith Gordon, Barrister, Temple Tax Chambers
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