Jersey to launch tax crackdown

Jersey to launch tax crackdown

Jersey's government is planning to launch a crackdown on islanders not paying their due tax, as it estimates to generate an extra arund £40m over the next four years with the initiative. Authorities will focus on 'high-risk' taxpayers who are getting their taxes wrong "either mistakenly or deliberately". Last month it emerged that tardy tax filers could raise around £1.3m in fines, as those responsible for the 5,400 returns which missed the deadline at the end of May faced penalties of up ...

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