Danielle Ford and Riocard Hoye explain the nuances surrounding HMRC’s publishing of details of deliberate defaulters.
Many effects and outcomes of an HMRC enquiry, such as the length of time to reach a resolution with HMRC and the cost of a settlement including tax, interest and penalties, are well known. Some of HMRC’s powers, however, are not as widely known until it may be too late.
One such example is HMRC’s powers to Publish Details of Deliberate Defaulters (PDDD).
HMRC can publish on their website the personal information of an individual or company in certain circumstances.
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