HM Revenue and Customs reveals charities' most common tax mistakes
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HM Revenue and Customs reveals charities' most common tax mistakes

8 Sep 2016 | Hugh Radojev

HM Revenue & Customs has published a list of the most common tax mistakes made by charities, as part of the work of its Charities Outreach Team.

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