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HMRC has announced that five ‘ghost’ plumbers have been arrested and a further 600 are under civil investigation for failing to pay the right amount of tax.


The future of HMRC’s Time to Pay scheme has been called into question today by a team of independent business advisors who claim the initiative’s survival could be under threat.


VAT-registered businesses with a turnover of less than £100,000 will have to file their VAT returns online from April 1 2012, HMRC has proposed.


I am about to run my accountancy practice as a limited company.


HMRC is considering making online filing mandatory for all new businesses, for all types of tax, as part of its rebranded “Digital by Default” strategy (aka Carter II). John Stokdyk re


The high-profile Aspire contract between HMRC and Capgemini is “a case study of what is wrong with the present procurement culture” in the UK public sector, according to a report from the Publi


A report published by the Treasury select committee claimed HMRC’s “unacceptable” quality of service failed due to a number of factors, including “overly ambitious expectations for IT


Thousands of taxpayers may have been wrongly fined by HMRC after a run of court rulings reveal that HMRC’s definition of ‘reasonable excuse’ is contrary to the law.


HMRC’s summer consultation season continues with the publication of a discussion document setting out the terms for a proposed

The history – my client is dealt with purely under PAYE.  In 2003, she retired from her local government post and started receiving a local government pension.  At the same time,