Personal tax

HM Revenue and Customs

Sleepless nights as HMRC's tax evasion property raids jump 12%

Tax authority targets 1,165 prosecutions for tax evasion in 2014/15

08 Jul 2014

National Audit Office

HMRC got sums wrong – NAO

HMRC admits errors in estimating effectiveness of compliance drive

04 Jul 2014

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Advisers gravely concerned over HMRC debt collection plans

ICAEW members express significant concerns over HMRC direct debt recovery plans, at institute's Wyman Symposium

03 Jul 2014

CIoT cross-border tax experts to join EC initiative

Tax barristers Jonathan Schwarz and Jeremy Woolf to represent CIoT at European group

03 Jul 2014

HMRC pay up first powers could trigger 'wave of insolvencies'

HMRC's ‘Accelerated Payment' rules due to come into force in July could trigger bankruptcies or insolvencies, Moore Stephens warns

03 Jul 2014

Taking Stock: When tax gets tasty

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02 Jul 2014

HMRC to withdraw ‘denial co-operation’ fraud dispute option

The way HMRC deals with tax fraud is to be 'streamlined', the department confirms

30 Jun 2014

Number of taxpayer review requests falls

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

24 Jun 2014

More than 5 million caught by tax miscalculations

3.5 million will have to pay further tax having underpaid this year

20 Jun 2014

Avoidance scheme promoter threatens to sue Deloitte

Icebreaker Management threatens legal for failing to act in its best interests

18 Jun 2014

Number caught by inheritance tax to rise by third

Treasury predicts number caught by inheritance tax to breach 35,000 mark

16 Jun 2014

Inheritance tax rise to be brought in ‘by back door’ – EY

HMRC releases consultation on inheritance tax changes

09 Jun 2014

HMRC dawn raids drop 6%

Number of dawn raids following tax evasion investigations down

06 Jun 2014

Colin: Tax is like a box of chocolates

Colin imagines HMRC's reaction to receiving further tax information from Swiss colleagues

04 Jun 2014

EU urges UK to raise taxes on expensive homes

European Commission claims recommendations will help UK grow

04 Jun 2014

Conservatives to offer Scotland income tax powers

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

02 Jun 2014

Pensioners lose nearly third of income to tax

Pensioners contribute £50bn to Treasury coffers annually

30 May 2014

Interview: CIoT president Anne Fairpo

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

29 May 2014

Swiss to hand HMRC tax ‘hit list’

A list of the top ten nations UK holders of Swiss bank accounts move money to is to be passed to HMRC

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

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ABS: Will you be taking on too much?

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Internal auditors must up game over new anti-corruption rules

Government's more onerous anti-corruption plan means internal auditors must up their game

Colin: Audit losses go down badly

Colin imagines KPMG's reaction to losing Diageo audit

Colin: Deloitte redeems Gherkin

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Sage and Netsuite chief executives engage in boisterous Twitter exchange

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