HMRC withdraws ‘TIPs’ from its website

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HM Revenue and Customs have decided to remove their Tactical and Information Packages (TIPs) from their website. TIPs are HMRCs own detailed guides to the economics of a range of businesses, and are essential reading for those acting for any of the trades and professions featured. By June 2007 published TIPs were as follows:

  • Bookmakers

  • Construction industry

  • Field Sports

  • Licenced trades

  • Estate agents

  • Franchises

  • Waste Disposal and Landfill sites

A note on HMRCs website says:

"Following a review of our publication policy a decision has been made to withdraw the current Tactical & Information Packages from the HMRC website."

HMRC has not withdrawn its Business Ecconomic Notes (BENS), although these are all somewhat dated.

Business Economic Notes published to-date cov...

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By Anonymous
23rd Nov 2007 14:46

The real reason?
Perhaps HMRC considered that the TIPs were giving taxpayers information that would help them during Enquiries and Investigations. How pathetic!.

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