Public Accounts Committee - Sixty-First Report
HM Revenue & Customs 2010-11 Accounts: tax disputes

Here you can browse the report together with the Proceedings of the Committee. The published report was ordered by the House of Commons to be printed 14 December 2011.


Contents


Terms of Reference

Report

Summary

Conclusions and recommendations

1 HMRC's processes for settling tax disputes

2 Taxpayer confidentiality and lack of transparency

3 Inadequate governance arrangements

4 Overall leadership of the Department

Formal Minutes

Witnesses

List of printed written evidence

List of Reports from the Committee during the current Parliament


Oral and Written Evidence

Wednesday 12 October 2011: Dave Hartnett CB, Permanent Secretary for Tax, Stephen Banyard CBE, Acting Director General for Tax, and Simon Bowles, Chief Finance Officer, HM Revenue and Customs
Monday 17 October 2011: Dave Hartnett CB, Permanent Secretary for Tax, Stephen Banyard CBE, Acting Director General for Tax, and John Keelty, Director, Finance Planning and Performance, HM Revenue and Customs
Monday 7 November 2011: Anthony Inglese, General Counsel and Solicitor, HM Revenue and Customs; Dave Hartnett CB, Permanent Secretary for Tax, HM Revenue and Customs, and Sir Gus O’Donnell KCB, Cabinet Secretary, Cabinet Office
Written Evidence


 
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