The Treasury has been urged to permanently exempt top overseas sports stars from UK tax to encourage the likes of Usain Bolt to take part in national events.
As well as planned changes for VAT on pasties and static caravans, the government appears
Just hours before the 2012 Budget announcement, the government has finally launched the National Loan Guarantee Scheme (NLGS) offering cheaper credit to small companies.
The Treasury Select Committee (TSC) will investigate moves to retrospectively tax institutions accused of avoidance following a Treasury crackdown at Barclays last week.
As part of its new approach to tax policy making, the coalition government has surpassed even New Labour in its enthusiasm for consultation.
The Association of Revenue and Customs (ARC) union has stepped up its campaign to re-address the deep cuts that are planned for HMRC over the next three years.
One in five large UK businesses would consider relocating abroad because of the tax system in this country, according to a study commissioned by HMRC.
The government says it wants to create stability and predictability in the tax system, but is the way tax law is made conducive to this? Simon Sweetman offers his assessment.
Fraud losses in the public sector are twice as high as previously thought, according to a new report.