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It is easy to close down a tax record, but if at a later time the tax authority has information that a wo(man) has received compensation for their labour and not declared it, they will use all powers of the system in pursuit and will not accept that compensation for labour is not taxable. How do you counter this?

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  1. Building upon this inquiry in regards to past taxes owed in a payment agreement with the ABC company “Revenue Officer” is there a methodology in this approach that is realistic to application?