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Despite the lack of media coverage, there is more activity in the tax and compliance space than the incremental developments of Inland Revenue’s programme transformation. For the full story see page 3.
Independent marketing reports consistently suggest that the best potential for fee growth for accounting firms lies within their existing client base. It also makes sense that clients who already have a trusted relationship with their accountant would be more likely to take on additional services, including financial and business advice. For the full story see page 6.
It’s common knowledge that Inland Revenue (IR) has increased its investigations activity on what it dubs the ‘hidden economy’...What’s not widely known, however, is how it is determining which taxpayers to investigate. For the full story see page 4.
Inland Revenue (IR) has needed to ‘transform’ for a long time. It has become increasingly impractical and costly to add functionality to their state-of-theart (in the early ‘90s) computer system. For the full story see page 4.