Four reasons why HMRC had a bumper year

Added 17th July 2017

Latest figures from the UK tax office show that it netted £29bn ($37.6bn, €32.9bn) in the past year just by cracking down on tax evaders, with overall tax coffers up 7% to £580bn in 2016/17. Here’s a breakdown of why HMRC is having a record year in revenues, according to its annual report.

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