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Re: Foreign bank accounts are being investigated

Obviously beurocratic self justification: This is the same bunch that writes: “Last but not least, the euro gives the EU’s citizens a tangible symbol of their European identity, of which they can be increasingly proud as the euro area expands and multiplies these benefits for its existing and future members” http://ec.europa.eu/economy_finance/the_euro/index_en.htm?cs_mid=2946

Of course the same piece lists as a Euro attribute that: “The size and strength of the euro area also better protect it from external economic shocks, such as unexpected oil price rises or turbulence in the currency markets.”

Yes, the Euro is preventing oil price rises! What next? Claims of enhanced male verility, female weight loss and increased childhood academic proclivity?

Re: Foreign bank accounts are being investigated

HMRC report figures referring to the UK tax year - April to April.
Do not try to reconcile any figures given to you by your local tax office.
Do not supply any figures your bank gives you - they will probably not match the figures HMRC have supplied.