An upper tier tribunal has ruled in favour of HMRC in a long-running case concerning the tax deductibility of business travel expenses.
With only eight months to go until the referendum on Scottish independence, tax is becoming one of the main issues in the campaigns for both sides.
The Revenue is taking another step in its digital strategy as it announced plans to open a digital centre in the North East.
One of the problems of trying to design a nice, neat efficient computer system to administer and collect taxes is that the poor, unfortunate officers at HM Revenue and Customs are concerned that th
The statutory rules that specify the maximum penalties which can be levied by HMRC according to certain types of conduct ranging from negligent behaviour to deliberate and concealed
The Revenue has relaxed its stance on client authorisations so that third parties can ask for information to be sent to a taxpayer - after providing certain details - without having a 64-8 form
AccountingWEB members have warned about scam self assessment submission emails being sent following the submission of tax returns.
It’s the first week of 2014 and the countdown has already started to one of the most important dates in the history of the Revenue, and anything that affects HMRC
their back again - just received a spam e-mail purporting to be a HMRC VAT submission - so watch out.
- ICAS: HMRC record checks are “flawed” 195,044 18
- Reasonable Excuse scorecard 2011: Taxpayers 20 HMRC 12 42,701 17
- HMRC ‘reasonable excuse’ definition under fire 26,265 22
- Struck-off companies dodge £16bn a year 24,263 59
- HMRC loses husband-and-wife settlements case 24,045 18