HMRC naming and shaming deliberate tax defaulters

17 February 2015

HMRC continue to publish their quarterly list of those who have deliberately defaulted on their tax responsibilities. The latest includes a penalty of over £18 million.

Subject to certain stringent conditions, anyone who has deliberately defaulted on their tax responsibilities will have their details published by HMRC.

An Umbrella Company employing temporary workers tops the ‘bill’ this time with a penalty in excess of a staggering £18 million (£18,747,375 to be precise). This was charged on an outstanding tax bill of £23.43 million over a one year period.