The powers designed to deal with deliberate wrongdoing by tax agents are predictably robust and lean heavily toward criminal prosecution.
An overview of the current strands of work and links to articles studying each area in detail, plus a link for an email response. On 19 Februrary, HMRC extended the consultation deadli
Robert Gaines-Cooper recently lost an appeal against HMRC over re
What does the result of the Gaines-Cooper ruling mean for ordinary people? Simon Sweetman assesses the impact on tax law.
WeightWatchers is facing a £23m tax bill after losing a case against HMRC over the tax status of its regional leaders.
A crackdown on wealthy tax exiles could be on the cards after a landmark victory for HMRC at the Court of Appeal yesterday over its interpretation of residency laws.
Nigel Harris highlights some of the problems that can occur with cross-border VAT issues when filing online.
Nigel Harris outlines the requirements for businesses filing VAT returns online and summarises the penalties.
Nigel Harris offers a step by step guide for agents getting started with online VAT filing.
Following the launch of the Tax Health Plan, Permanent secretary for tax Dave Hartnett suggested that gas fitters could be the next professional group to be offered an amnesty period.