HMRC Toughen Stance on Companies in Difficulty


All the claims about how HM Revenue and Customs will lend a sympathetic ear to companies in toruble took a battering recently  as new research shows that HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is now leading the way in bringing insolvency proceedings.
In 2009/2010, more than 58 per cent of winding-up proceedings against companies were started by HMRC as compared with 43 per cent last year and HMRC’s rate of rejection for 'time to pay' agreements has doubled this year.
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