Jaimie Kaffash

Reporter , Accountancy Age

Articles by Jaimie Kaffash

Houses of Parliament

£30m Goldman deal 'could have been renegotiated'

Public Accounts Committee hears that HMRC could have renegotiated deal after error was found

08 Nov 2011

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MPs make HMRC lawyer swear on oath

Anthony Inglese is made to swear on Bible at Public Accounts Committee meeting

08 Nov 2011

European Union flag

MPs concerned over Tobin tax implementation

Committee asks questions about EU pushing financial tax through despite UK veto

04 Nov 2011

NIC holiday take-up remains low

Chancellor urged to expand scheme, as take-up of NIC holiday falls well short of the government's original projections, despite letter campaign

04 Nov 2011

Cameron's Liechtenstein gaffe

The PM claims credit for Labour policy

03 Nov 2011

HMRC restaurant taskforce begins 531 investigations

New initiative could serve up an average of £14,000 per case, as the taxman targets high-risk sectors

03 Nov 2011

Tobin Tax 'an excuse for aid failures', says Cameron

The prime minister reiterates his opposition to the financial transaction tax

03 Nov 2011

Gaines-Cooper ruling shows futility of guidance

HM Revenue & Customs' guidance was used as businessman's defence, but relying on pamphlets is a risky game

02 Nov 2011

Archbishop of Canterbury calls for Tobin Tax debate

Criticism of financial transaction tax rests on exaggerated projections, says Archbishop Rowan Williams

02 Nov 2011

MP calls for less regulation on tax havens

Tory MP Mark Field says offshore financial centres are an economic benefit for the UK

02 Nov 2011

Readers split on whether Hartnett should leave

Accountancy Age poll shows 49% believe the time is right for permanent secretary to resign

01 Nov 2011

Top 50 firms to strengthen links

HW Fisher, Johnston Carmichael, Francis Clark & Streets discuss formalising association

01 Nov 2011

HMRC arrested advisor on day of client's tribunal

Advisor was arrested as he was to give evidence in £27m tax case, it has emerged

01 Nov 2011

Overseas property owners next on taxman's hitlist

New Affluent Unit to focus on taxpayers with property abroad

31 Oct 2011

Former ATT president arrested

Andrew Meeson and three associates charged with stealing £5m through a tax fraud

31 Oct 2011

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