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Colin speculates on the effect HMRC's latest set of powers could have

22 Jul 2014

Commuters contribute £52bn annually in income tax

Workers in the south east contribute bulk of UK income tax

21 Jul 2014

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Finance Act granted Royal Assent

The Finance Act 2014, containing controversial HMRC powers, receives Royal Assent

21 Jul 2014

NAO to audit HMRC projections following sums error

National Audit Office to examine HMRC projections following sums error

17 Jul 2014

HMRC must apply common sense to pay-up first plans

For those who espouse the morals of paying tax, HMRC's latest strategy doesn't quite sit right

16 Jul 2014

HMRC to publish list of 1,200 schemes earmarked for pay-up first

HMRC is to reveal which alleged tax avoidance schemes are to be targeted for accelerated payments

15 Jul 2014

HMRC to raise £7bn from 'pay up first' powers

Taxman expects to raise £7bn from accelerated payment notices due to be issued from next week, Accountancy Age can reveal

11 Jul 2014

HMRC loses Rangers EBT appeal

Upper-tier tribunal upholds view that payments made to staff and players were loans

10 Jul 2014

More ‘purposive’ legislation would help stop tax avoidance - advisers

Explicitly stating legislation's purpose would aid transparency, advisers say

09 Jul 2014

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

HMRC got sums wrong – NAO

HMRC admits errors in estimating effectiveness of compliance drive

04 Jul 2014

UK no tax haven, say Accountancy Age readers

The suggestion the UK is in danger of becoming a tax haven given short shrift by Accountancy Age readers

04 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

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

HMRC workers in strike action

HMRC workers in rolling strike action across the UK against cuts

24 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

F1 team McLaren denied tax relief for fine

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

19 Jun 2014

ICAS members knighted in Queen's Birthday Honours List

Amyas Morse and Ewan Brown knighted

16 Jun 2014

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

HMRC releases consultation on inheritance tax changes

09 Jun 2014

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