inspector of taxes

inspector of taxes

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) an official of HMRC whose work is to assess individuals' income tax liability
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A former senior inspector of taxes, Mr Bedford joined Deloitte from HMRC in 2015.
To do this you would need to complete form P87 (available online) and submit it to your local inspector of taxes. It is worth noting that a claim can be made for the last six tax years (including the current tax year), which could amount to a substantial tax refund in the circumstances you described.
A judge refused to allow the council to try to recover the money because Mr B was already in prison for a similar oSSence brought by the Inspector of Taxes and Customs.
asked 18 volunteers, including a principal inspector of taxes and a retired headteacher, to calculate from a mock statement what the cost of slipping into an unauthorised overdraft would be by looking at banks' and building societies' charging structures on their websites.
Robinson (Inspector of Taxes), [2006] UKHL 23, [4] (appeal taken from Eng.) (U.K.); Agassi v.
THANK you Mr HM Inspector of Taxes for ruining my Christmas!
But while we ponder over the respective trials and tribulations of the grim reaper and the inspector of taxes, perhaps we should contemplate a third: living to 100.
Once an inspector of taxes, and still a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society, Thick specializes in early modern Britain.
This service addresses a problem that companies are generally unaware of until they are informed by their inspector of taxes that VAT payments are due on amounts that the company thought had been properly accounted for at the 0% VAT rate.
Nigel Clay was previously senior principal inspector of Taxes with what is now known as HMRC, formerly the Inland Revenue, and he and partners Dan Clay, Gareth Short and Yvonne Edwards launched the firm in August 2008.
Although Stanley Wootton trained successfully from 1915 to 1962, huge losses drew the attention of the Chief Inspector of Taxes. Wootton's explanation, later accepted, was that since 1940 he had won pounds 375,000 through betting - the equivalent today of pounds 3 million.

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