30 years of tax evasion demolished

Overell, Stephen
April 1997
People Management;4/17/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 8, p8
Focuses on imposition of strict control on self-employed construction workers in the building industry for unpaid tax and national insurance contributions from employers by the Inland Revenue. Elaboration on its effectivity; Explanations of Liz Bridge, head of tax at the Building Employers' Confederation on income tax terms.


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