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
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
HMRC has published its most recent list of deliberate tax defaulters, as part of its campaign against tax evasion.
Tax professionals have warned that a proposed “strict liability” criminal offence of failing to declare offshore income and gains could result in taxpayers who have no criminal intent being sen
Accountants who promote aggressive tax avoidance schemes should face criminal prosecution, according to a Conservative MP.
A High Court has ruled that HMRC needs to reassess a request from privacy campaigners to investigate the legality of exporting surveillance software.
Convicted fraudster Richard Hillgrove has filed his tax evasion case to the Court of Appeal ahead of sentencing next month.
Members of the Treasury Select Committee will examine George Osborne’s recently announced plans to "get tough" on overseas tax evasion.