Tax professionals have warned that a proposed “strict liability” criminal offence of failing to declare offshore income and gains could result in taxpayers who have no criminal intent being sen


Accountants who promote aggressive tax avoidance schemes should face criminal prosecution, according to a Conservative MP.


We have a potential new IT contractor client who has a track record of running a limited company for just over 12 months then closing the company down and extracting remaining reserves as a


A UK resident non-domiciled individual wants to start betting business outside the UK.


HMRC has finally published guidance on the General Anti-Abuse Rule (GAAR) which forms part of the government's ongoing attempt to tackle abusive avoidance.


Several anti-avoidance measures mentioned by the Chancellor in his Autumn Statement took immediate effect from 5 December, the date of his speech.