Many accounting firms are likely to see their profits decline and some may even go bust when new tax rules for limited liability partnerships (LLPs) start in April, an expert has predicted.
If there is one thing that almost every accountant thinks they know about tax it is that almost no one understands tax outside our profession, says Richard Murphy.
Bank of Ireland subsidiary Bristol & West (B&W) has lost an upper
Tax justice campaigners opened a new line of attack today with the launch of the world's first independent accreditation scheme to show an organisation has a respo
A first tier tribunal has ruled that two taxpayers negligently submitted tax returns because of their failure to verify a tax avoidance scheme was a not sham.
HMRC said it has paid £995m in tax relief to British film productions since 2007.
Former RBS and Jefferies Group investment bankers, along with the director of a chartered IFA firm, were among 13 people charged over a £2.5m film tax fraud.
Prime minister David Cameron has got a bee in his bonnet about business regulation and tax avoidance.