An HMRC consultation around measures to rein in “high risk” promoters of tax avoidance scheme would also require users of tax avoidance schemes “to amend their tax returns accordingly” if the arrag
Last week The Times reported that the accountancy profession had been “thrown into turmoil” after a High Court judge appeared to rule that practitioners had a duty to advise wealthy clients to
The media suggests that a recent professional negligence case imposes an obligation on accountants to advise on tax schemes.
When a client has got wind of a tax scheme that they have been told is perfectly legal, has the blessing of tax counsel and that the promoters have never lost a case in court, what do you say to ad
Should promoters of tax schemes refund investors if their schemes don’t work?
HMRC has published new guidance on Disclosure of Tax Avoidance Schemes (DOTAS).
The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) has given its members new advice about “aggressive” tax avoidance schemes, including a reminder about an ethical code for tax
Brewer and pub chain Greene King has lost a legal battle over a scheme that tried to gain tax relief on a loan payment within the company.
The official face of HMRC in recent years has attracted media attention for channelling her fees through a personal services company.
The recent decision of the First Tier Tribunal, Uniplex (UK), would appear to endanger tax schemes involving alphabet shares. What are the thoughts of AW readers?