A Dorset building company director who made fake VAT repayment claims of £1m was jailed for 18 months for fraud.

HMRC has announced it will be trialling “a range” of mobile devices with staff including iPads, tablets and hybrid laptops over the coming months.  


HMRC has come under fire again from the House of Commons Public Accounts Committee for


A first-tier tribunal ruled that a doctor’s business mileage claims to and from his home office and a private hospital were not wholly and exclusively allowable ex


The Treasury’s accounts are “impenetrable” and failing to prevent other departments from making poor decisions, according to a report by the Public Accounts Commit


I got 2 standard HMRC letters this morning about RTI - I'm sure you did, or will, too.

They are saying we shouldn't transmit details of P45/P46 online when RTI up and running.


A barrister who failed to pay more than £600,000 in VAT was convicted for tax fraud this week.


HMRC gained a cautious pat on the back from the National Audit Office this week for beating its savings targets for 2011-12, but doubts still linger around the tax department’s ability to sustain s


HMRC pressed the start button on machine games duty (MGD) on 1 February, as the new tax regime came into force.


HMRC received a record 9.61m tax returns this self assessment season, with a higher number filing online than in previous years.