According to the report, the
made a variety of accounting errors last year that “could adversely affect
the reliability of its financial statements” and result in “duplicate or
erroneous refunds.” Among the mistakes were a “failure to record the receipt
of a taxpayer’s $3 million payment” and an $8 billion discrepancy between two
accounting systems tracking how much money taxpayers owe. The audit also
found a $5.1 billion “unexplained variance” between the total amount the
agency took in last year and the amount its detailed tax files said it took
A Clapton member of the
and Women’s Tax Resistance Society, who has several times refused payment of
Imperial taxes, again expects to have her goods seized and sold by public
auction. A procession and protest meeting (open air) are being arranged by
the latter society to take place at the time of the sale. All sympathizers
are urged to take part in this demonstration, and to send their names and
addresses at once to Mrs. [Margaret] Kineton Parkes, 72, Hillfield Road,
Hampstead, N.W., and
she will, immediately on the announcement of the sale, give them full details
as to time and place.
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