The First-Tier tribunal found in favour of a couple who faced tax assessments of nearly £20,000 on dividends that HMRC claimed were paid as part of a settlement under s660a of the Income and Corpor
Government ministers have advised professional representatives that they will make online filing of VAT returns compulsory for all businesses from 2012.
The government says it wants to create stability and predictability in the tax system, but is the way tax law is made conducive to this? Simon Sweetman offers his assessment.
The tax department raised a few professional eyebrows last week when it sent out letters to around 600 taxpayers who had taken advantage of the Offshore Disclosure Facility asking for their insight
HMRC has issued a clarification on its position with regards to VAT charges for insurance introductory services. Shimon Shaw outlines the key details.
HMRC will use debt collection agencies to recover £140 million in unpaid taxes this year.
HMRC has published figures showing that it has “progressively delivered” against Lord Carter’s targets for online filing of Self Assessment, Corporation Tax, PAYE and VAT returns.
Rebecca Benneyworth examines the pros and cons of proposals to streamline the payroll system.
In a consultative frenzy, HMRC this week issued eight separate documents setting out its proposals for new rules and reforms ranging from PAYE to pensions tax, furnished holiday lettings rules, con
Businesses that don't manage their tax debts properly may face insolvency and be unable to take advantage of HMRC's Time to Pay scheme, warn experts.