Nick Huber

The former administrators of Rangers Football club have agreed to stop insolvency work during a police investigation into their alleged fraudulent activity.

A computer analyst who had been diagnosed with long-term depression and anxiety has won an appeal against penalties for the late payment of tax.


HMRC is generally efficient and good at explaining its work but it needs to be quicker at dealing with questions, an HMRC survey of companies, MPs and journalists found.


A husband and wife who ran a recruitment business and were paid mainly through dividends before its collapse do not owe HMRC employment taxes, a tribuna


HMRC is to review the operation of RTI just over 18 months after it was introduced.


HMRC was right to charge daily penalties for a late tax return, the upper tribunal has ruled, overturning an earlier decision by the first-tier tribunal.


Owner managed practices with older principals are losing clients to rivals, as they assume that the senior accountants will soon retire, according to M&A advis


Nearly 40,000 UK small businesses may be capping workers' overtime after a recent decision by an

Andrew Brookes recently passed his 29th year at Hazlewoods, a chartered accountancy firm in Cheltenham, and in just the last five years achieved 3


A joiner in Northern Ireland has won an appeal against HMRC concerning penalties for errors in a VAT return.