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HMRC’s CEO, Lin Homer to step down

by Berthold Bauer on January 13, 2016

Lin Homer, HMRCs CEO has announced she will be leaving the organisation in April 2016.  She has been recognised for her achievements whilst at HMRC including the reduction of the tax gap and tax credits error and fraud (both to records lows) and the introduction of an ambitious transformation programme to digitalise services for HMRC and taxpayers.   George Osbourne has commented: “She has put the foundations in place that will see HMRC become one of the most digitally-advanced tax authorities in the world. It is to Lin’s great credit that the National Audit Office last year judged HMRC to be one of the strongest Departments in Government – a legacy of which she can be rightly proud.”

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