The OECD’s first recommendations for action to tackle “base erosion and profit shifting” (BEPS), released today, are the “building blocks” for an internationally agreed and co-ordinated respons
Tax reliefs are a necessary part of any tax system and play a significant role in defining the scope of tax, HM Treasury has said in response to the Public Accounts Committee’s finding in June that
Go-Ahead, the bus and rail operator, has become the first FTSE 350 company to be awarded the Fair Tax Mark, an accreditation scheme devised by a team of tax campaigners led by Richard Murphy.
This fourth and final article in the AccountingWEB series summarising the key measures in Finance Act 201
Early indications are that businesses wishing to bid for government contracts are “very mindful” of the need to be tax compliant, according to a review of the government’s new tax and procureme
A new tax on internet gambling which has the potential to raise around £300m, has received a legal challenge from gambling companies.
Employers that have used employee benefit trusts (EBT) to avoid tax have until March next year
HMRC is planning a crackdown on a new type of tax avoidance scheme involving in
Greene King has confirmed it will take its long-running fight with HMRC over a £21m tax planning scheme, known as Project Sussex,
The Revenue has won its eighth tribunal against NT Advisors, adding to its tally of five previous victories over the promoters's schemes.