Peter John Lashmar, a self-proclaimed ‘tax specialist’ has been disqualified from acting as a director for 7 years for numerous shortcomings in his accountancy practice’s tax dealings.
My report on the address given by Des Hudson, former Chief Executive of the Law S
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.
HSBC is back in the spotlight again over allegedly helping clients evade tax and offering deals to help them stay ahead of the law.
Members of the Treasury Select Committee will examine George Osborne’s recently announced plans to "get tough" on overseas tax evasion.
Credit Suisse helped thousands of its US customers conceal their Swiss accounts and avoid billions of dollars in American taxes, a new report has alleged.
Doubts have been raised about whether HMRC has enough resources to tackle the most serious forms of tax evasion after official figures showed that just four inspec
The UK and Gibraltar governments have agreed to automatically share tax in
The government has signed agreements to automatically share tax information with Guernsey and Jersey as part of an effort to stop people hiding money offshore.
A minister has warned hospital trusts about using schemes to avoid paying tax, reports Nick Huber.