HMRC 'names and shames' deliberate tax defaulters
HMRC has begun publishing the names of small businesses who they say are deliberately defaulting paying tax.
They say it'll encourage the non-compliant to make full disclosures at the outset of investigations, but do you think it's ethically right for HMRC to 'name and shame' like this - how can they be sure these companies are deliberately defaulting on tax?
And if so, do you think it will encourage companies to be more compliant with investigation and make disclosures?
I personally take no side, but I'm looking forward to hearing yours.
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