In need of a reset: HMRC's relationship with large business

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1 December 2018
Trends: economic, social and technology trends affecting business
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Large business tax affairs are complex and as a result often require more interaction with HMRC than for other taxpayers.

When business and HMRC work well together it ensures the right amount of tax is paid at the right time. That is better for business and for the public who rely on the services that are funded by business tax revenue.

But a growing number of businesses are reporting a steady breakdown in their relationships with HMRC. This report gives three recommendations to create a clearer, simpler tax system.

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