Just to be clear at the outset, I have no moral or commercial problem with the legal minimisation of tax in a legal manner - hell, that's a big part of my job description. Business is tough, and t
Well you always complained, didn’t you, that people wouldn’t take an interest in tax. And now perhaps they do, says Simon Sweetman. Be careful, as they say, what you wish for.
The Court of Appeal has ruled in favour of HMRC against Eclipse Film Partners (No 35) LLP which it said protected an estimated £635m in tax.
The HSBC scandal has turned up the heat on avoidance and evasion in the run up to the general election. Robert Lovell reports on the implications for accountants.
HMRC has published a new consultation, running until 12 March, which sets out proposals to tackle the "serial use" of tax avoidance schemes.
The European Commission has said it will investigate Luxembourg's controversial tax deal with Amazon.
MPs have raised concerns about the government's decision to introduce a diverted profits tax befor
I run a computer shop that also offers computer repairs in retail unit inside a shopping centre.
Panto season started early at the Public Accounts Committee this week, where Margaret Hodge and her accomplices grilled heads of tax at both PwC and pharmaceutics
Yesterday, George Osborne, banned the use of Entrepreneurs Relief (ER) to be claimed when an unincorporated business incorporates and creates Goodwill which is then credited to the Driectors Loan A