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HMRC (HM Revenue and Customs) is to trial a new system of compliance checks for enquiries across a range of different taxes.
The tax office claim the new system will be standardised and easier to comply with, and will be for a six months period, commencing from June 1st 2011. It will be run in ten different locations across the UK, Southampton, Cardiff, Belfast, Reading/Slough, Newcastle, Warrington, York, Exeter, London Euston and Edinburgh/Dundee.
Subject to a successful trial, the new system will be rolled out nationally from the beginning of next year.
David Gauke, exchequer secretary to the Treasury, said: "We know that businesses find some of HMRC's current compliance practices drawn out and costly. A single compliance process could help HMRC improve the experience and reduce costs."
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