A Bushey antiques business has been publicly named and shamed by the government’s tax authority for not paying more than £30,000 in tax.
Throughout the year, HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) updates a list published online detailing various individuals and businesses across the country who have deliberately defaulted on their tax whether through not complying with tax obligations or filing errors in their returns purposefully, and have therefore been given financial penalties.
In the newest update on Thursday, December 7, Bushey-based web retail company Chloe’s Antique Ltd was added to the list.
The published information states that the business, which operates out of an address on Wright Close, failed to pay £33,955 between November 1, 2020, and June 30, 2021.
They must now pay a penalty of £13,072.66 to HMRC.
It is unknown whether or not the company is still operating or if they are still at the same address, but the address given on the HMRC list is the one they were associated with at the time of the default.
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