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Are You Naked Before The Inland Revenue?

John Cassidy Director of Tax Investigations at PKF in the first of two articles looks at how far the Revenue's information-gathering powers have developed
New laws and changes to existing legislation are giving the tax authorities new sources of information about practitioners and their clients and with investigation powers at an unprecedented rate 'Big Brother' is certainly keeping a watchful eye on his prey.
This the first of two articles considers some of these wide-ranging changes that will demonstrate just how far the Revenue's information-gathering powers have developed. Next week's instalment will concentrate on the increasingly thorough and tough attitude to investigation work taken by the tax authorities.
Most of the changes covered in this article although specific to tax are not...

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