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GPs who miss tax deadline to be named and shamed

19th May 2010

HM Revenue and Customs is set to name and shame GPs who have failed to pay their taxes in the latest phase of a clampdown.

Over the past few months HMRC has been waging a campaign against unpaid liabilities in the medical profession and accountants say the body is set to name doctors who have not been paying their taxes. In the UK new rules were introduced from beginning of April  to enable HMRC to reveal anyone in the UK who has deliberately not paid their taxes where the liability exceeds £25,000.


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Article Information

Title: GPs who miss tax deadline to be named and shamed
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 14926
Date Added: 19th May 2010



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