HMRC ramping up spending on private debt collectors, analysis shows
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has spent £90m on private debt collectors in the last three years, compared to £34m in the three years before that, according to new analysis.
The UK tax agency spent £26m on private debt collectors in 2018 alone, compared to £6m five years earlier, accountancy group UHY Hacker Young revealed today. The 2018 figure marks a decrease from the £39m spent in 2017, however.
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