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The Smith Commission has recommended that Holyrood should take almost complete control over income tax.


Corporation tax is “remarkably volatile” and open to “manipulation”, and devolution may require a system of formulary apportionment of profits, a devolution expert has told MPs.

A Northern Irish bookkeeper was jailed for nine months for her part in a £140,000 VAT fraud. 


A Northern Irish chartered accountant has been jailed for six months for stealing £50,000 from clients to fund her gambling addiction.

Tax avoidance, evasion and international transparency were the central topics at this week's G8 summit in Fermanagh, Northern Ireland - but it was a case of talk and not much action as the Prim


Northern Ireland's capital Belfast has seen the return of violence over the city council's decision to fly the Union Jack over city hall only on specific days.


Northern Ireland’s Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment (DETI) has started disqualification proceedings against a chartered accountant at the centre of the failed £2.2m Bioscience and