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Rebecca Evans MS, Minister for Finance and Local Government

First published:
16 June 2022
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The Welsh Revenue Authority (WRA) has now been successfully collecting and managing land transaction tax and landfill disposals tax for over four years.

Since going live in April 2018, the WRA has collected over £1billion on behalf of the Welsh Government; this has directly contributed to funding high quality public services in Wales – our schools, NHS and Social Care.

I am pleased that today marks the publication of the WRA’s Corporate Plan for 2022 to 2025. This plan sets out the WRA’s purpose to:

  • Design and deliver revenue services
  • Lead the better use of Welsh taxpayer data for Wales

The plan includes four strategic objectives and a suite of performance measures:

  • Easy – We will make it easy to pay the right amount of tax
  • Fair – We will be fair and consistent in the way we collect and manage tax, taking proportionate action when people do not meet their obligations
  • Capable – We will develop and maximise our individual and collective capability
  • Efficient – We will deliver in a way that is sustainable and proportionate, using the resources we have in the best way

Read the WRA’s Corporate Plan 2022 to 2025.

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