Career outlook for tax inspector
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Currently employed in Scotland
What's it like?
You would investigate cases to make sure the correct amount of tax is being paid and that fraud has not taken place. Your work would help enforce the law and ensure that the government gets the money it needs to help fund vital public services.
- Check business accounts
- Visit businesses to interview board directors, lawyers and accountants
- Look into suspected fraud
- Offer advice about tax
- Negotiate settlements
- Represent HMRC at appeals tribunals
- Apply tax law to cases
- Lead a team of caseworkers and administrative staff
- Manage relationships between HMRC and customers
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- Verbal communication
- Written communication
- Problem solving
- Working with numbers
- Attention to detail
- Making decisions
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