The UK Government provides a range of public goods and services. The main ones include: educationbenefitslaw and orderdefenceroadsNational Health Service. Within the UK, public expenditure is largely financed through taxation and Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) collects most taxes. This case study focuses upon the role of HMRC in collecting taxes and how these help the UK government to control the economy. The case also looks at the types of taxation used within the economy and the way in which HMRC communicates with businesses….

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