The amount of tax paid by drivers of company vans has quadrupled in just two years.
The Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) appoi
HMRC secured its biggest ever confiscation order against two members of a VAT tax fraud gang who stole £37.5m.
The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG) has shredded HMRC’s assessment of the impact its plan to cut tax helpline opening hours will have on lower paid and vulnerable taxpayers.
An unpaid tax bill of £2.7m could see Cardiff City Football Club hit by a winding up order if it's unable to raise the funds on time.
In mid 2009 we had to fold an LLP due to lack of sales. The business went down to the tune of nigh on £ 100k, all of which was owed to the founding partners who had kept it going.
A London accountant faces eight years behind bars after being convicted of manipulating both his clients' and his own tax returns, pocketing £11m in income tax and VAT payments.
Staff cuts have produced cost savings in national insurance administration, but at the expense of accuracy and response times, according to a National Audit Office report.
Firms looking to outsource their iXBRL tagging are leaving themselves open to error liabilities by not briefing clients accordingly.
Fiona Fernie takes a look at HMRC’s plans to target tax evaders and how to cope if you or your clients are found in the firing line.