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- HMRC warns savers of protection risk. Selby, Tom // Money Marketing;8/9/2012, p7
The article reports on a warning issued by Great Britain HM Revenue & Customs that 7,500 people risk losing enhanced protection on their pension pot if they do not opt out of automatic enrolment.
- TAXMAN SPYING TACTICS LEAP. Hanney, Brian // Accountancy;Feb2010, Vol. 145 Issue 1398, p8
The article discusses a dramatic increase in the number of approved requests from HM Revenue & Customs agents to investigate taxpayers under the Regulation of Investigative Powers Act.
- HMRC shuts down large-scale illegal fuel sites. // Commercial Motor;12/2/2010, Vol. 213 Issue 5410, p9
The article informs that two major diesel-laundering facilities have been dismantled by the HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) for producing more than nine million litres of illegal fuel per annum and evade almost 6m pound in duty.
- Illegal fuel site found in Northern Ireland. // Commercial Motor;12/9/2010, Vol. 213 Issue 5411, p9
The article reports that British HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) officers have found an illegal diesel laundering facility in Northern Ireland, capable of producing two million litres of illegal fuel annually.
- Import Depositsï¿½Repayment Procedure. // Accountancy;Aug1969, Vol. 80 Issue 912, p572
Focuses on the policy of HM Customs and Excise on the application of import deposits in Great Britain. Provisions of the policy; Procedure for repayment of import deposits; Contact information of the agency.
- Revenue launches more investigations on minimum wage. Harmer, Janet // Caterer & Hotelkeeper;5/28/2010, Vol. 200 Issue 4629, p5
The article reports that the British HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), is planning to do more investigations of the country's hospitality industry to find out whether the industry is paying the national minimum wage (NMW) to its employees or not.
- HMRC system could cause costly delays. // Motor Transport;1/17/2011, p6
The article offers information on the Excise Movement and Control System (EMCS) controlling the movement of duty-suspended excise goods across the Europe introduced by the H.M. Revenue and Customs (HMRC) of Great Britain.
- National Insurance numbers - the end of the plastic card. // British Baker;9/23/2011, p4
The article reports that Great Britain's HM Revenue and Customs has replaced printed letter with the National Insurance Numbers on a plastic card in order to save one million pounds.
- Revenue retreats to axe drawdown transfer charge. Pow, Helen // Money Marketing;7/8/2010, p3
The article reports on the removal of the unauthorised payment charge of HM Revenue & Customs on drawdown to drawdown transfers between the age of 50 and 55 in Great Britain.