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HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC)
HM Revenue and Customs' record of those who have pre-release access to National Statistics.
Monthly summary of HMRC tax and National Insurance contributions (NICs) receipts, tax credits and Child Benefit.
This series looks at monthly property transactions completed in the UK with value of £40,000 or above.
These statistics provide information about families using Tax-Free Childcare.
Monthly statistics on duty receipts and clearances for cigarettes and other tobacco products.
Publication plan for HMRC national and official statistics.
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) statistics and methodological annexes relating to measuring tax gaps.
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) tables relating to measuring tax gaps.
UK overseas trade statistics (OTS) data detailing international trade in goods at summary product and country level.
EU and Non-EU import and export data for June 2019.
This release contains information about people claiming non-domiciled status in the UK through their Self Assessment tax returns.
Statistics on the take-up and cost of film, high-end television, animation, video games, children’s television, theatre, orchestra, and museums and galleries exhibition tax relief.
This report relates to Capital Gains Tax statistics published annually by HM Revenue and Customs.
Commentary and supporting documents relating to annual Capital Gains Tax statistics.
A historic breakdown of the rates of Capital Gains Tax applicable to individuals and trusts.
Tables 1 to 7 of the Capital Gains Tax statistics series, providing detailed breakdowns of Capital Gains Tax accruals and other information.
This information is about the policy of providing support for a maximum of 2 children in Child Tax Credit and Universal Credit, which came into effect in April 2017, and includes statistics relating to the exceptions to the policy.
Summary geographical statistics for finalised awards for individuals and households claiming Working Tax Credits and/or Child Tax Credits.
These statistics relate to Child and Working Tax Credits, and the breakdown of their distribution.
These statistics relate to Child and Working Tax Credits statistics on the 2017 to 2018 award.
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