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Income Tax (In-Depth Investigations)

Volume 981: debated on Monday 24 March 1980

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asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether or not it is the practice of income tax inspectors to inform taxpayers selected for in-depth investigation that they have been selected for this form of investigation at an early point in the process; and if he will make a statement.

The inspector of taxes will inquire into a return or accounts where he has some reason to be dissatisfied. If he remains dissatisfied he will as soon as possible explain why and ask for any further information needed.