More than 250 people a day are tipping off the authorities about suspected tax dodging by acquaintances such as ex-partners, former bosses and neighbours….
Last year a record £400,000 was paid out to people using the taxman’s hotline, as part of a rewards scheme offered by HMRC.
The majority who reported the tax affairs of others were thought to be bitter ex-wives and husbands or former work colleagues.
Bradley Birkenfeld Wondering How Much The French Pay For Ratting Out Former Colleagues
He's thinking it might be a nice chunk o' change.
Tax-Evasion Bankers: The World’s Second-Oldest Profession
Tracing its roots to the great state of New Jersey!