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Unreasonably Reasonable

Andrew Flint takes a sideways look at the tax world
Tt's just an impression of course but there seems to be an awful lot about fraud in the press at present.
The FT features headlines such as City 'could become a honey pot for fraud' and Fraud is threatening the global reputation of the City whilst the Government ponders a jury-free option amid the wreckage of high-profile high-cost fraud trials. We learn from official figures that criminal gangs tried to steal £540m from the tax credit system last year and MPs are told by senior financial investigators that organised criminals are increasingly using professional advisers to conceal the origins of ill-gotten gains.
Moreover you can hardly open a paper nowadays without...

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