Statistics of people in PD1 affected by Loan Charge and settling for 10% or less

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Dear HM Revenue and Customs,

A recent FOI request received a response that 150 taxpayers impacted by the Loan Charge had settled for 10% or less than the tax/charge due

Question 1
How many of these taxpayers were in the PD1 category?
Question 2
How many taxpayers in the PD1 category settled for 25% or less than the tax/charge due?
Question 3
How many taxpayers in the PD1 category settled for 50% or less than the tax/charge due?
Question 4
How many taxpayers in all categories settled for 25% or less of the tax/charge due?
Question 5
How many taxpayers in all categories settled for 50% or less of the tax/charge due?

Yours faithfully,

Mike Howard

FOI Central Team, HM Revenue and Customs

Our ref: FOI2021/05931

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Dear Mr Howard

We are writing in response to your request for information, received on 29
March 2021.

Yours sincerely,

HMRC Freedom of Information Team

Dear FOI Central Team,

Thank you for your response.

HMRC responded in an FOI to the number of 150 taxpayers had settled for £10 or less, your reference, FOI2021/01357.
I'd been asking about percentages and you say that you do not collate such information. It is a little bit of a surprise that HMRC do not collate such information that would allow them to determine the actual yield compared with projected yield.

Given that HMRC does not have this information readily available

Can I request some raw numbers of taxpayers impacted by the Loan Charge
How many taxpayers in the PD1 category settled for £10 or less
How many taxpayers in the PD1 category settled for less than £13,000
How many taxpayers overall settled for less than £13,000
How many taxpayers in the PD1 category have settled
How many taxpayers in the PD1 category have not settled

Yours sincerely,

Mike Howard

HM Revenue and Customs

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Our ref: FOI2021/08964

Dear Mr Howard,

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Yours sincerely

HMRC Freedom of Information Act Team

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Dear Mr Howard,

We are writing in response to your request for information, received 30
April.

Yours sincerely,

HMRC Freedom of Information Team