This section contains research reports 91 - 100 published by Analysis, HM Revenue & Customs.
No.100 - Decision making and Intangible Assets (PDF 254K)Research report to explore the role of the UK Intangible Assets tax regime in businesses’ decisions about the creation, acquisition, maintenance and location of Intangible Assets.
No. 99 - A longitudinal business panel feasibility study for HMRC (PDF 76K)Publication of a paper which sets out a proposed design for a longitudinal business panel survey based on consultation with HMRC stakeholders and other organisations, as well as a literature review of relevant surveys.
No. 98 - Methodological Review of Research with Large Businesses: Stage Two (PDF 345K)Publication of Stage Two of the Large Business Methodology Review. This involved qualitative research among large businesses and Ipsos MORI interviewers and recruiters to gain a fuller understanding of large businesses' perceptions towards, participation in government sponsored research.
No. 95 - HMRC Customer Service Survey Results (PDF 196K)The publication of HMRC's annual Customer Service Survey (CSS) 2007 results.
No. 94 - Executive summary on direct payment schemes for disabled customers employing carers (PDF 16K)Summary of research to identify problems and recognise barriers to correctly running a PAYE scheme for employed carers.
No. 93 - Executive summary on disabled customer's research (PDF 17K)Summary of research to identify service gaps and recognise barriers preventing disabled customers from interacting fully with HMRC.
No. 92 - Individuals Prioritisation: An investigation into segmentation of the individuals customer base (PDF 208K)Summary of research which grouped the UK adult (aged 16 plus) population into individual customer segments by attitude and behaviour towards compliance.
No. 91 - Gift Aid donor research: Exploring options for reforming higher-rate relief. A report for HM Revenue and Customs and HM Treasury (PDF 452K)HM Revenue and Customs, on behalf of HM Treasury, commissioned independent research to explore the possible effect on charitable donations of redirecting Gift Aid higher-rate tax relief from donors to charities. This research was undertaken by Warwick and Bristol universities.