LSE to pay £10k after filing tax return late

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LSE to pay £10k after filing tax return late
24th June 2014

The London School of Economics has been hit with a fine for failing to file its tax return on time.

An accounting error meant the institution was a month late filing its paperwork with Revenue & Customs.

LSE will now have to cough up more than £10,000.

It's left some of the economists a little red faced.

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