Google it, and it's everywhere. Guv is said to be facing over Â£20 billion shortfall in tax receipts in this recession - the first drop in annual tax receipts year-on-year for more than a decade. Tax experts warned that an increasingly desperate Revenue would drag more innocent taxpayers into lengthy investigations. File your tax return by January 31, or get Â£100 fine. "Last year, nearly 900,000 taxpayers were fined for filing late." Nice little earner eh? So, better get the kettle on and the biscuits out for the Investigators, Bailiff, Taxman, Rent Collector, Debt Collector, Energy Switchers, Loan Shark, oh and something for the online and telephone snoopers, when they all pop up at your place. If you make anything at home, perhaps you could flog them all something to pay them off? Who's for the high jump? Anyone and everyone perhaps. Buy to let Landlords. Self-Employed, Bank-switchers, Holiday Home-owners, and anyone who sends tax returns in with lower income indicators. But Barristers could also be investigated for their "Wig and Gown cleaning claims". So there's a bit of justice, then.