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>Investigations into sin taxes raise £3.9bn in 2018-19

Investigations into sin taxes raise £3.9bn in 2018-19

09 December 2019
Issue: 4724 / Categories: News

There has been a 49% rise in extra tax collected through HMRC’s investigations into the underpayment of sin taxes to £3.9bn last year, up from £2.6bn in 2017-18. These are taxes levied on alcohol, cigarettes and gambling.

UHY Hacker Young said HMRC has focused its investigations on the smuggling of cigarettes and alcohol into the UK by crimi

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Issue: 4724 / Categories: News
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