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A HMRC finance team aimed at targeting affluent investment bankers suspected of tax avoidance has brought in £39 million since its set up in 2012, with the total number of investigations up by a quarter over the last 12 months flagyl dosage.

Focusing on wealthy private equity earners, investment bankers and fund managers, the number of investigations for the finance team rose from 4 per month in the first 6 months to 5 per month over the previous year.

Social media based posts of luxurious spending and extravagant holidays can be the incentive towards an investigation opening, particularly if the earnings of those in question do not match their lifestyle. Data can also be found by HMRC from other sources such as purchase records, banks and the DVLA, along with various online social media profiles being used for more thorough investigations into said individuals.