Until recently we were bemoaning the fact that summer was never coming.
HMRC has been refused permission to appeal in its £80m VAT battle against Spot the Ball owners Sportech.
Top foreign rugby players will not receive a “Usain Bolt tax break” during the 2015 World Cup despite the government announcing that non-resident athletes would be
British gambling company Sportech is set to get more than £80m from HMRC after a tribunal found that the
The Treasury has been urged to permanently exempt top overseas sports stars from UK tax to encourage the likes of Usain Bolt to take part in national events.
UEFA withholds prize money of 23 European clubs as it demonstrates it means business with regards to policing its Financial Fair Play (FFP) Rules. Alex Miller reports.
With the new season about to kick off, Alex Miller looks at the financial issues affecting the game and assesses which clubs are best placed to stay competitive in the long term.
The former accountant of Bajan pop star Rihanna has fired back at the singer's lawsuit against them, saying the massive losses incurred during touring were all her own fault.
Bath-born trainee accountant Ed McKeever raced to victory in the 200m kayak sprint on Saturday morning to achieve the p
There was recently a great deal of fuss and hoopla about Olympic tax exemptions in which it was stated that several of the major corporate sponsors, including McDonalds and Coca-Cola, had agree