Well we all know the story, don’t we?
The Office of Tax Simplification (whom God preserve) has produced its report on the tax competitiveness of UK tax administration.
The OECD is worried about tax tourism. The USA is worried about tax tourism.
It has always seemed that the exemption from CGT for the main residence was one of those things so ineluctably British that nobody could ever meddle with it, even
HMRC has commissioned a report into Business Record Checks (BRCs) and attitudes towards record keeping. That seems to make sense.
The High Income Tax Benefit Charge (HITBC) has led to problems, with many people who
One recent response to a piece on AccountingWEB said The Office of Tax Simplification has a very poor record in relation to everything it touches and quite simply
Oliver Letwin the other day returned to the theme of a flat tax.
At quarter final stage one might presume to pick a winner.
Tax collection has always been a contentious and difficult matter.