The latest Lancashire businesses named and shamed for not paying tax

The latest businesses shamed for not paying tax in Lancashire have been revealed.

HM Revenue and Customs has published a list of 'deliberate tax defaulters', including a local debt management firm in Clayton-le-Moors and a care home for vulnerable adults in Ormskirk and Chorley. A person or business appears on the list if HMRC claims they have deliberately defaulted on more than £25,000 in tax.

HMRC say publishing the details is 'about influencing behaviour by encouraging defaulters to engage with HMRC'. Before updating its list, HMRC claims it gives each defaulter an opportunity to argue why their information should not be released.


The UK Government department removes a defaulter's details after 12 months. Below are the Lancashire-based names on the list, which was last updated on March 27

IZ Solutions Limited

The debt management firm, formerly of Unit 3 Petre Court, Petre Road, Clayton Business Park, Clayton-le-Moors, defaulted on £100,640 between May 1, 2014 and April 30, 2017. HMRC claims It has been ordered by HMRC to pay a penalty of £50,685.87.

Fulfilled Living Limited

The care home for vulnerable adults, formerly of A05 Dark Lane, Mawdesley, Ormskirk, and The Orchard, Woodhart Lane, Eccleston, Chorley, has been ordered to pay a £84,337.03 penalty. This is after HMRC claims it defaulted on £99,220.05 between April 6, 2020 and April 5, 2022.

Other defaulters from Lancashire

HMRC's past lists name other defaulters from Lancashire. The list is updated roughly every three months.

Each entry on this list is specific to the dates to which it refers. The address is the one associated with the published person at the time of the default.

HMRC say the published person may have changed their behaviour, the published person may no longer be at the published address, the business currently at the published address may have no connection with published business, and the business currently at the published address may have the same name as the published business but could be under completely new management.

View the full list here.