HMRC Collects £30.8bn Through Tax Investigations

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The total revenue in 2021 generated from HMRC’s tax investigations has risen to £30.8bn.

The recent figure, is up £1.2bn from 2020 after HMRC had to suspend some of its investigation work for part of 2020 as it focused on the administration of the Covid-19 support schemes.

In the past year, HMRC has collected £5.8bn in cash from its tax investigations activity and prevented a further £11.2bn in revenue from being lost.

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