CTG attacks HMRC for breaking promises over implementation of 20 per cent tax on direct mail
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CTG attacks HMRC for breaking promises over implementation of 20 per cent tax on direct mail

16 Apr 2015 | David Ainsworth

Charities have been left unsure how to obey tax rules after HM Revenue & Customs failed to publish guidance explaining how it will implement changes in VAT on direct mail, the Charity Tax Group said today.

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