MPs have warned that HMRC’s action against tax avoiders continues to be “unacceptably slow”, putting tax revenues at risk.
A Labour government would bring in tough penalties for people caught by the general anti-abuse rule, Ed Balls has announced.
A recent case was heard at the First-Tier Tribunal regarding the conflict between commercial decisions and tax avoidance motives (A Fisher, S Fisher, P Fisher v HMRC). It can clearly be
Leading tax experts have called on the government to settle a backlog of 65,000 tax avoidance schemes, as more evidence emerged that the “Hodge effect” is making HMRC staff reluctant to settle
Corporation tax is “remarkably volatile” and open to “manipulation”, and devolution may require a system of formulary apportionment of profits, a devolution expert has told MPs.
HMRC has published a list of ten things that a tax avoidance scheme promoter “won’t always tell you”, as the government seeks to highlight the “dangers” that people face when they sign up to a
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.