Tax unattended to is a recipe for disaster. Peter Figg vs Commissioners for HMRC presents a sorry tale of taxpayer woe!
Following on from the issue of over 12,000 incorrect Penalty Notice letters for which HMRC believe a generic apology posted in the "What's New" section of their website is sufficient, do we think t
The Revenue has outlined the tax position of interest rate hedging product redress payments.
The Revenue has won its eighth tribunal against NT Advisors, adding to its tally of five previous victories over the promoters's schemes.
HMRC Public and Commercial Services Union (PCS) members are set for further strike action this week, at a time when their tax workload peaks.
Company share valuations can be a notoriously tricky area and the legislation offers little guidance as to appropriate methods of arriving at open market valuations. Case law has often formed the
In our second ever podcast, Anne Fairpo joins community editor Rachael Power, deputy editor Robert Lovell and editor John Stokdyk as they discuss the top news from the last two weeks.
Agents receiving direct digital communications from HMRC will face client expectations for a more "proactive service", according to HMRC research.
The National Audit Office identified a “lack of rigour” in HMRC’s commercial management of the Aspire IT outsourcing project that helped double the department’s
- ICAS: HMRC record checks are “flawed” 180,878 18
- Reasonable Excuse scorecard 2011: Taxpayers 20 HMRC 12 38,625 17
- HMRC ‘reasonable excuse’ definition under fire 24,567 22
- HMRC loses husband-and-wife settlements case 23,598 18
- Struck-off companies dodge £16bn a year 23,016 59