January 2009
Accountancy;Jan2009, Vol. 142 Issue 1385, p128
Trade Publication
The article presents business-related news briefs. Great Britain's Revenue and Customs department has eliminated the use of postage-paid envelopes for tax returns, resulting in undelivered tax files and issues with the Post Office. The Office of Fair Trading sent warnings to the stores Topshop and Marks & Spencers warning them about competition laws after the stores issued a joint statement pledging to pass a value-added tax cut to consumers as quickly as possible.


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