Comedian Jimmy Carr is to pay a £500,000 tax bill to HMRC after he stopped using the controversial K2 tax avoidance scheme.
The Mirror reported that his company, FN Good Limited is now paying corporation tax, and according to its latest accounts, made 2.5m in profits to the year end 31 April 2013.
In June 2012, Carr apologised via Twitter for using the scheme and said it was an “error of judgement” on his behalf, but added...
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