Corporate tax

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Merging income tax and NI gets public support

Jury of 22 representative members of the British public support idea of integrating income tax and national insurance

30 Jun 2014

Ed Balls

Labour pledges corporation tax rise alongside reliefs

Labour in attempt to gain business's support ahead of election with tax reliefs

30 Jun 2014

HM Revenue and Customs

Number of taxpayer review requests falls

Appeals and reviews of HMRC tax decisions drops in 2013/14

24 Jun 2014

Grant Thornton: Saatchi's SME tax plan needs to be paid for

Grant Thornton's Jonathan Riley claims Lord Saatchi suggestions to cut key taxes for SMEs will need offsetting, as its own report slams UK tax system

23 Jun 2014

Colin: You can't take the taxman for a ride

Colin ponders the implications of McLaren's failed attempt to make its £32m spying fine tax deductible

20 Jun 2014

Government to simplify benefits-in-kind system

Treasury launches four consultations in a bid to simplify benefits in kind

19 Jun 2014

F1 team McLaren denied tax relief for fine

£32m fine for corporate espionage not tax deductible, tribunal finds

19 Jun 2014

Accountant jailed for £95,000 VAT fraud

Robert Leonard Carpenter made fraudulent VAT repayment claims between 2007 and 2012

18 Jun 2014

Abolish corporation tax and CGT for SMEs – Lord Saatchi

Axing corporation tax for small businesses will stimulate growth, claims Lord Saatchi

18 Jun 2014

Conservatives to offer Scotland income tax powers

Conservatives look to afford Scotland greater taxation powers should voters reject indpendence

02 Jun 2014

Interview: CIoT president Anne Fairpo

New CIoT president Anne Fairpo talks Accountancy Age through her targets for the year term

29 May 2014

The Practitioner: HMRC should be a business adviser

The Practitioner thinks that if the taxman spent more time helping businesses grow, it would hit its tax-take targets

28 May 2014

PR man Hillgrove spared prison after tax conviction

PR executive Richard Hillgrove spared prison after evading nearly £100,000 in tax

28 May 2014

HMRC crackdown generates record £24bn yield

HMRC brings in £23.9bn through campaign against avoidance and evasion

27 May 2014

PBUK: Single rate pension tax relief ‘offers scope for simplification’ - OTS

Flat rate tax relief an option in simplifying the tax regime, says John Whiting

23 May 2014

ICAS: ‘Shouty’ tax debate obscures future Scottish plans

Tax debate has meant Scotland's voters have little knowledge of key facts, warns ICAS

21 May 2014

Half of VAT fines incorrect – UHY Hacker Young

Almost one in two VAT fines are incorrect, according to UHY Hacker Young

20 May 2014

US pivotal to OECD tax plan

The US's corporate tax regime is playing a crucial role in the base erosion and profit shifting the OECD is trying to address, writes Calum Fuller

20 May 2014

FTSE 100 disclosing more tax information

Step change in number of FTSE 100 companies making tax disclosures, PwC report finds

15 May 2014

Tax risk growing worldwide, finds EY

Companies perceive greater tax risk from various sources over the coming two years

13 May 2014

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