HMRC covered Panama Papers: Public Accounts Committee session on HMRC’s performance

HMRC covered Panama Papers: Public Accounts Committee session on HMRC’s performance

A blog that is live the general public Accounts Committee’s examination of HMRC performance in 2016–17 and HMRC Estate.

HMRC is undergoing a time period of transformation—it has intends to transform the income tax system by 2020, in specific by digitising the income tax system. Along with its plans that are digital HMRC can be undertaking a long-lasting estates replacement programme. HMRC’s “Building our” that is future programme away to shut 137 workplaces and centralise in 13 big local hubs and four professional web sites. HMRC could keep open a restricted quantity of transitional web web web sites, for quite some time.

The session will even concentrate on the challenges HMRC that is facing as UK makes to go out of the EU.

A listing of users of the PAC can here be found. The Seat is Meg Hillier (Labour).

The witnesses:
Jon Thompson, Chief Executive and Permanent Secretary, HMRC
Jim Harra, Director General, Customer Strategy and Tax Design, HMRC
Nick Lodge, Director General, Transformation, HMRC
Angela McDonald, Director General, Customer Services, HMRC
Justin Holliday, Chief Finance Officer, HMRC

Meg Hillier(Chair) introduced the five witnesses

3.35: Paradise Papers – Jon Thompson stated he knew a drip had been coming but had no usage of ICIJ Paradise Papers, also it two weeks ago (from ICIJ, the Guardian and the BBC) though they requested. No further demands made by HMRC. He stated there is certainly possibly one instance which provides more details to HMRC than they currently knew, perhaps maybe Not conscious that HMRC have actually contacted Appleby. Lanjutkan membaca “HMRC covered Panama Papers: Public Accounts Committee session on HMRC’s performance”