Comedian Frankie Boyle is the latest celebrity to be in the public firing line for his tax avoidance strategies.
The newspaper claimed Boyle "could have avoided paying nearly £900,000 tax through the voluntary liquidation of his firm last year,” despite the fact he had recently mocked Jimmy Carr for using the legal Jersey-based K2 scheme.
The England cricket team and former Fugees singer Lauryn Hill also found themselves featured in the tax headlines during the past week.
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