Taxes in Scotland could rise by £1,000 per person per year if it leaves the UK, the British government has claimed, after the
A group of six former RSM Tenon partners have won a court battle in Scotland that will allow them to set up their own practice in Glasgow.
A popular Edinburgh Fringe venue has resolved an “unpaid monies” tax dispute after reaching agreement with HMRC.
Founder of Faith Simpson Accountants, Faith Simpson, shares her thoughts and insights into what it takes to be a successful firm and on being shortlisted for Scottish Business Women's Business
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