HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) collected an additional £140m from investigations into unpaid capital gains tax (CGT) over the last financial year, according to law firm Collyer Bristow.
Through analysing data from HMRC, Collyer Bristow has calculated £55m of the figure came from investigations relating to ‘wealthy individuals' and mid-sized businesses with the remaining £85m stemming...
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'Further plug advice gap'
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