Former HMRC permanent secretary for tax Dave Hartnett has joined Big Four firm Deloitte.
Tax avoidance protest group UK Uncut Legal Action has lost a High Court case against HMRC over the lawfulness of a tax settlement with Goldman Sachs
The High Court has granted UK Uncut permission to challenge HMRC’s 2010 “sweetheart” tax deal with Goldman Sachs.
The National Audit Office (NAO) concluded that five corporate tax dispute settlements with HMRC were “all reasonable” and produced a positive outcome for the Exchequer.
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has launched an inquiry into the way HMRC investigators obtained and used personal information belonging to the family of whistleblowing HMRC lawyer
The High Court has allowed campaign group UK Uncut Legal Action a preliminary permission hearing over HMRC’s alleged £10m “sweetheart” tax deal with Goldman Sachs.
The Commons Public Accounts Committee this week accused HMRC managers of concealing “sweetheart” corporate tax deals from public scrutiny and breaking its own governance processes, resulting in “su
MPs questioning HMRC’s top lawyer Anthony Inglese have taken the rarely-used step of making him swear an oath before answering their questions.
The legal fall-out from the international banking crisis stepped up a notch on Friday 16 April when the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) charged Wall Street investment bank Goldman Sachs