What can HMRC do with your information?

Published on 28 March 2022

In previous episodes we have discussed the myriad of ways HMRC collects information on individuals and businesses. Whether through international agreements, information provided on a voluntary basis, as a consequence of a legal duty to report, or through its information gathering powers, the Revenue holds an abundance of information relating to taxpayers.

In this episode, we discuss the important question of what exactly can HMRC do with your information?

Keziah Mastin joins us to help shed light on this important issue and explain the powers HMRC has when dealing with taxpayer information – and what restrictions apply. Keziah is the newest member of our Tax and Financial Crime team having recently joined from HMRC's Solicitor's Office where she specialised in a variety of things including strategic litigation, international trade and customs policy.  

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If you would like to discuss any of the matters raised in this episode, please contact taxingmatters@rpc.co.uk.

All information is correct at the time of recording. Taxing Matters is not a substitute for legal advice.

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