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Representatives from HM Treasury and HM Revenue & Customs appear before the House of Lords Economic Affairs Committee’s Sub-Committee on the Finance Bill at 3.35 pm as it continues to look at aspects of the 2009 Finance Bill
The Committee is formed each year following the Budget to look in detail at aspects of the Finance Bill - which enacts many of the measures announced by the Chancellor of the Exchequer - related to tax administration, clarification and simplification.
This year it is looking at the following elements of the Finance Bill:
The Lords Economic Affairs Committee has, since 2003, formed an annual sub-committee to look in detail at selected aspects of the Finance Bill. These inquiries address technical issues of tax administration, clarification and simplification rather than rates or incidence of tax.
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