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London property amasses 90% of HMRCs high-end tax bonanza

The latest figures show the taxman raised £100m through the Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings (ATED) in 2013-14, with the capital contributing £89m.

07 Nov 2014

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Half of VAT fines incorrect – UHY Hacker Young

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

20 May 2014

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UHY administrators take special administration of Hartmann Capital

Andrew Andronikou and Peter Kubik are called to special administration of investment business Hartmann Capital

13 Jan 2014

UHY: PAYE errors put taxpayers at risk of paying wrong tax

UHY Hacker Young warns as many as a third of taxpayers on PAYE may have wrong tax code

31 Oct 2013

Special administrators appointed to City Equities

UHY Hacker Young's Andrew Andronikou and Peter Kubik take on investment firm insolvency

16 Oct 2013

SME tax investigations nets HMRC £565m in past year

Yield from investigations into SMEs' tax affairs up more than 30%

24 Sep 2013

Adapt or struggle with succession, warns UHY managing partner

Firms need to update their succession planning strategies or risk endangering their firm, says UHY Hacker Young managing partner Ladislav Hornan

28 Nov 2012

Taxman’s avoidance and evasion crackdown hits record yield

Yield from tax investigations jumps by around a third over past year

12 Nov 2012

International network makes UHY managing partner chairman

UHY Hacker Young's London managing partner Ladislav Hornan takes chairman role at UHY International for second time

30 Oct 2012

Senior Revenue resignations jump by nearly half

The taxman saw a significant rise in resignations during 2011/12

03 Oct 2012

Income tax climbs during downturn, but wages grow faster

Research from UHY Hacker Young finds both income tax and wages have grown since 2007

06 Aug 2012

HMRC enquiries into capital gains tax boosts take 43%

The taxman gleaned a 43% higher yield in capital gains tax in 2011 than 2010

27 Jun 2012

WKH joins UHY Hacker Young Group

Partnership with regional practice boosts UHY Hacker Young offices to 22

02 Apr 2012

UHY hit back at Portsmouth FC administrators PKF

UHY Hacker Young administrators hit back at PKF administrators on issues concerning Portsmouth FC funds

02 Mar 2012

UHY makes formal complaint to ICAEW about PKF

UHY Hacker Young makes complaint to institute about PKF administrators' appointment to Portsmouth FC

24 Feb 2012

UHY: Corporation tax refunds hit £9bn

Corporation tax refunds have almost doubled in the past five years due company losses built up during the recession, says UHY Hacker Young

20 Feb 2012

HMRC successful in blocking UHY administrators to Portsmouth FC

Former Chelsea FC CEO and PKF partner Trevor Birch takes Portsmouth FC administration

17 Feb 2012

Portsmouth to enter administration for second time

Stricken Fratton Park club likely to be docked 10 points

13 Feb 2012

HMRC urged to meet with Portsmouth FC by PM

David Cameron urges HMRC to speak with Portsmouth FC to negotiate a rescue plan

02 Feb 2012

CSI administrators reveal pay freeze at Portsmouth

Following HMRC’s winding up petition UHY Hacker Young administrators inform staff of pay freeze

31 Jan 2012

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