Thousands of online sellers will need to get their tax affairs in order as HMRC wields its expanded powers to get user information from online marketplaces like Amazon, Gumtre
Recent tax case law has brought out some interesting points on how the Courts view operational issues.
In the recent case of J Day & A Dalgety, two taxpayers had sold three properties that they owned together.
More cases on the scope of HMRC powers.
Last year, the Office of Tax Simplification (OTS) published a report on the penalty regimes applied to taxes.
Straight from the coalface this one. An ethical issue we may all need to consider once penalties for small employers kick in next month.
The Pensions Regulator has reported an increase in the number of firms being fined for failing to comply with their workplace pension duties.
If you exceed the road’s speed limit in front of a traffic camera, you expect to receive an automatic speeding fine, and possibly points on your driving licence, says Rebecca Cave.