Two Essex businessmen who evaded £2.5m in corporation tax and VAT in a fraud involving the supply of labour to the railway industry have been jailed for 10 years, after an investigation by HMRC
The accounts of the UK’s largest public companies are generally of a high standard, but there is still a high proportion of poorer-quality corporate reports produced by smaller listed and AIM-q
The government is reviewing the minimum salary someone has to earn before he or she is automatically enrolled into compulsory workplace pension schemes.
Grant Thornton wants Chancellor George Osborne to use his Autumn Statement to help medium-sized businesses.
An accountant has been severely reprimanded and fined £4,500 for failing to submit an annual return and doing business without professional indemnity insurance (PII).
It’s approaching that time of year again.
Dyson, the engineering company best known for its vacuum cleaners, is in dispute with HMRC over a possible £1m income tax bill for founder and owner James Dyson.