Offshore Brits pay £580m in unpaid taxes
Jul. 16, 2019, 1:05pm
HMRC increased efforts in targeting Brits living offshore has nearly doubled the tax yield in two years. Collecting £580m in unpaid taxes and launching over 800 investigations last year alone.
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