Proposed changes to the definition of permanent establishment (PE) and current transfer pricing guidelines on intra-group charges are set out in two OECD discussion papers released for consulta
Further devolution of income taxes to Scotland should be implemented on a step by step basis to avoid problems in implementation and the risk of unintended consequences, the Institute of Charte
The chairman of the Commons Public Accounts Committee has warned against countries “adopting a two-faced approach” to tax policy by signing up to international standards while engaging in tax c
More than 250 people a day are tipping off HMRC about suspected tax avoidance by ex-partners, former bosses and neighbours.
David Cameron has called for a “real debate” about tax-raising powers for Wales after he was challenged during Prime Minister’s Questions to ensure that Wales receives the same level of funding
Further devolution of taxes to Scotland will create more complexity and anti-avoidance legislation will be needed to deal with cross-border issues, tax experts have told MPs.
Politicians need to give “considerable and careful” thought to the implications of further devolution of tax powers to Scotland, a leading professional body has warned as a commission seeks agr
Tax campaigners claimed a “major breakthrough” today as energy giant SSE plc became the first FTSE 100 company to receive the Fair Tax Mark.
The UK’s tax gap in 2012/13 was 6.8% of tax liabilities or £34bn, according to HMRC’s latest estimate.