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Companies starting to receive letters demanding taxes

More than 1,200 companies get letters demanding overdue income taxes

As the Government starts to recover debts built up in the pandemic, HMRC has sent more than 1,200 companies warning letters demanding they return unpaid employment taxes or risk having future furlough claims blocked.

Financial Times

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