Tax credits: twenty-second report of session 2006-07, report, together with formal minutes, oral and written evidence
The Stationery Office, 9 mei 2007 - 46 pagina's
The current tax credit system was introduced in April 2003 with the aim of helping families with children and working people on low incomes. However it suffers from the highest rate of error and fraud in government. This is the Committee's fourth report on the system. It concludes that the cost in terms of the unforeseen level of overpayments and the scale of error and fraud continues to be significant and beyond the levels Parliament was lead to expect. The Department is now taking steps to reduce the level of overpayment but does not yet have an adequate response for error and fraud.
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