Tax law essentially means the government’s right to draw taxes from tax payers. This usually takes the form of taxes on income and assets.

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UK Tax Loan Scheme Pilots

Following on from my article on Ryanair and the pilots loan schemes the chairman of the All Party Parliamentary Loan Charge group Jim Harra, has now told

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Football Agent Tax

Football clubs are increasingly under scrutiny for the paying arrangements to agents and the latest one in such trouble is a famous London club.

HMRC are currently looking into the financial affairs

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COP9 Letter from HMRC

Evidence is mounting that HMRC may be planning a new Connect spyware assisted series of enquiries into individuals with large private wealth in the UK.

Individuals likely to be identified as tax evaders,

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A Tax Stuffing

It seems appropriate when we are about to enter the season of over-indulgence to review one’s business practices and perhaps review and minimise the chances of getting a stuffing from the tax authorities this Christmas.

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Overseas Tax Minefield

If you are looking to expand your business overseas or just need help understanding the complex tax arrangements that apply to foreign income e.g. remittance basis, then you have come to the right place.

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Rangers Win Big Tax Case against HMRC

The old Rangers Football Club, currently in liquidation, has won an appeal against HMRC over its use of Employee Benefit Trusts (EBT’s).

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Rules to Change for Underpaid Tax

HMRC acted in an 'unconscionable manner' when dealing with a recent late Self Assessment filing penalty, according to Judge Geraint Jones QC.

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HMRC has been attacked by a committee of MPs for the way they have allowed some big businesses to settle their tax bills.

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Cost of Tax Reforms

The government has not calculated how much money reforms to the personal tax system will cost, Exchequer secretary David Gauke has said.

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No Tax Cuts Within Five Years

New tax cuts are unlikely to be seen within the next five years, Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander has said

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