Proposed tax merger sparks fears of chaos

Walsh, Jennie
October 1997
People Management;10/23/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 21, p20
Reports on the proposals of Great Britain Cabinet Office to merge the revenue collection departments, Customs and Excise and Inland Revenue, to make it more responsive to the needs of customers and slash the bureaucracy. Taxation procedures in Great Britain; Arguments of several department staffs on the merger; Significance and implication of the merger plans.


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