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PKF in possession of illegal phone records

Unlawfully obtained phone records found their way into the hands of PKF a High Court judge said

18 Nov 2011

Plymouth Argyle

Administrators sell Plymouth Argyle FC

P&A Partnership administrators sell club to asset management business Akkeron

28 Oct 2011

Red card

Football administrations send IPs running for the hills

Administrators of Plymouth Argyle cutting their fees in half could see practitioners’ turning their backs on club collapses

26 Oct 2011

Plymouth FC administrators willing to accept 50% of fees

Administrators from The P&A Partnership are willing to take a substantial cut to secure the club's future

20 Oct 2011

Plymouth FC administrators may step down

Administrators from P&A Partnership may step down due to protesting from fans

17 Oct 2011

Government sidesteps football insolvency intervention

DCMS wants football to sort out a solution to controversial super creditor rule

12 Oct 2011

Rangers FD quits

Donald McIntyre resigns as Rangers Football Club FD

11 Oct 2011

Ex-CEO of Luton Town FC set for ICAEW investigation

ICAEW expected to investigate Luton Town FC former CEO following his disqualification at the High Court

23 Sep 2011

HMRC petition winding up of Truro City FC

Truro City FC owner Kevin Heaney receives winding up petition ahead of his planned buyout of collapsed club Plymouth Argyle

23 Sep 2011

HMRC cracks down on footballers

Tax inspectors to look at how footballers pay agent fees

21 Sep 2011

PKF: Football FDs are battening down the hatches

FDs of clubs are tightening their belts in the face of reduced revenue from merchandising and fewer ticket sales

13 Sep 2011

Rangers FC's funds ring-fenced for tax bill

HMRC issues arrestment order on Rangers' accounts for £2.8m bill

05 Sep 2011

Rangers FC warned of sanctions for unpaid tax

HMRC officials visit Scottish football club over £2.8m tax bill

02 Sep 2011

Premier League tax to top £1bn

Football clubs will pay more tax due to increased player wages

30 Aug 2011

Football insolvency: A game of two countries

Spanish and UK football insolvency rules are in flux but could head in opposite directions, suggests Rachael Singh

24 Aug 2011

Hearts pays tax to ward off winding-up order

Scottish football club pays off tax bill to ward off winding up order from HM Revenue & Customs

17 Aug 2011

HMRC accused of leaking data by Rangers FC

Rangers FC claims HMRC staff are leaking information to the media about its current legal battle over tax liabilities

10 Aug 2011

Does Lehmans loss denote disaster for HMRC?

Has defeat for Lehman Brothers's administrators meant HMRC will lose its war against the football creditor rule, asks Rachael Singh

03 Aug 2011

Scrap super creditor rule, says select committee

Parliamentary committee recommends government legislates against football creditors insolvency rule

29 Jul 2011

Lehman administrators lose insolvency case

Supreme court judgment on insolvency law could affect HMRC and Premier League court battle

28 Jul 2011

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