Firms give tax plan low credit rating

Merrick, Neil
April 1998
People Management;04/02/98, Vol. 4 Issue 7, p11
Reports on the British Inland Revenue's (IR) plan to introduce the working families tax credit (WFTC) program. Employers' role and task under the program; Details of the WFTC program; Government's need to divide administrative responsibilities between the IR and employers. INSET: How the new tax credit will operate..


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