HMRC has won a major tax avoidance case against Abbey National Treasury Services (ANTS) and Cater Allen International Ltd (CAIL), which are both part of the Santander banking group.
The Law is not an ass. It is a quadruped, designed by a committee, who, over many years and many different committee members, cannot quite recall whether they were designing a camel, a horse or a
So Des Hudson has unleashed a micro-storm among the tax professionals, to the point that some felt the readers of the Daily Mail were the ones condemning it, which would indeed seem to be Satan
My report on the address given by Des Hudson, former Chief Executive of the Law S
Several legendary English cricketers, including key members of the 2005 Ashes winning team, are facing “very substantial” bills for payment of tax as a result of their involvement in film inves
Well you always complained, didn’t you, that people wouldn’t take an interest in tax. And now perhaps they do, says Simon Sweetman. Be careful, as they say, what you wish for.
The HSBC scandal has turned up the heat on avoidance and evasion in the run up to the general election. Robert Lovell reports on the implications for accountants.
It seems that many ex-Premier League footballers are in financial trouble
The SRA has fined a law firm £2,000 for a series of property deals that took place where lenders were not informed buyers were using SDLT avoidance schemes between 2011 and 2012.