HM Revenue & Customs is to close 14 offices across the country by the end of next year, with the loss of up to 453 jobs.
HM Revenue & Customs has confirmed plans to close 281 walk-in tax offices across the country, casting doubt on the future of 1,300 jobs.
HM Revenue & Customs is creating 50 jobs at a new digital tax centre for its Longbenton site in North Tyneside.
HM Revenue & Customs is looking to recruit at least 120 graduates to its Tax Professional Development Programme.
HM Revenue & Customs is planning to close 281 tax enquiry centres over the next year with the possible loss of up to 1,300 jobs, starting with 13 sites in the North East.
HM Revenue & Customs is to expand its Affluent Compliance Team with 100 additional tax inspectors.
HM Revenue & Customs is to create 70 temporary jobs at its Lillyhall call centre near Workington.
HM Revenue & Customs is to recruit up to 1,000 additional staff at its 17 call centres across the country.
HM Revenue & Customs is to close a further 130 tax offices across the country, with the loss of up to 1,700 jobs.
HM Revenue & Customs is planning to expand the workforce at its new call centre in Workington from 403 to at least 450.
HM Revenue & Customs has announced plans to close more than 90 offices and shed 3,400 jobs across the country.
HM Revenue & Customs is to expand its human resources service centre at Hilary House in York, with the creation of up to 60 jobs.
HM Revenue & Customs is creating 350 jobs for a new contact centre at Lillyhall in Cumbria, and a further 50 jobs will be secured at Blencathra House in Whitehaven.
HM Revenue & Customs has confirmed plans to close 50 offices across England next winter, but hopes to avoid compulsory redundancies.
HM Revenue & Customs is planning to close a further 95 offices, affecting up to 12,300 jobs.
HM Revenue & Customs is to transfer more than 100 jobs from Southend to Shipley in May, mainly involving clerical and debt management staff.
HM Revenue & Customs is to invest £156m in the modernisation of its IT systems over the next five years, in order to improve accuracy, productivity and performance.
HM Revenue & Customs is planning to close two tax offices in Derby and relocate 400 staff to a centralised site in Nottingham.
HM Revenue & Customs is expected to close more than 200 offices and shed thousands of jobs by 2011, according to the Public & Commercial Services Union.
HM Revenue & Customs is to relocate 42 Exeter-based VAT staff from Exe Bridges to its office in Longbrook Street by October.
HM Revenue & Customs is planning to relocate 114 Aberdeen-based staff from Guild Street to Ruby House over the next financial year.