Using the Government's own figures, the PCG carried out an in-depth analysis of the losses and gains which would be accrued by the Revenue if the Government introduces its proposals.The variance in the Revenue's and PCG's figures is accounted for by the fact that the Government's assessment did not take into account the number of people who would move overseas; losses in corporation tax and VAT; increased compliance costs; reduced income and behavioural changes.The PCG's alternative regulatory impact assessment was carried out by accountant Kevin Miller. The report is based on the Government's uncertain estimate that there are 50,000 service companies involved in 'disguised employment'.
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