A Scottish accountant and solicitor have been jailed for six-and-a-half years collectively for laundering more than £1.8m from VAT frauds.
An accountant pleaded guilty to stealing more than £1.2m from his employer to fund amateur dramatics and luxury holidays for him and his bosses.
Designing a tax system for an independent Scotland would be “complex and expensive”, the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland has said.
The Chartered Accountants Ireland (CAI) has struck off a former Ernst & Young partner “as a formality” after the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS) found him guilty of fr
Since John Swinney, the Scottish government’s finance secretary announced plans for a new tax collecting agency, Revenue Scotland and plans for separate Stamp Duty and landfill tax reg
The Scottish government announced its intention to set up a separate Revenue Scotland agency after HMRC and others highlighted practical hurdles to the devolution of tax-raising powers.
Tax lecturer Brian Ogilvie recently gave a talk in Glasgow comparing the probate and estate laws that apply in Scotland to those in England and Wales.
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Stirling, one of Scotland’s oldest towns and newest cities, has become the eleventh office site for accountants Johnston Carmichael at the town’s Agricultural Centre.
While big differences remain between the Scottish and UK governments on the timing of a referendum, what are your views on an independent Scotland?