Governmental pressure to crack down on tax evasion is resulting in HMRC applying its criminal investigation policy in an inconsistent manner, writes Kingsley Napley's David Sleight
UK-led beneficial ownership plans adopted in over 20 jurisdictions, including Gibraltar, Isle of Man and Montserrat
First-tier tribunal rules against Clavis Liberty Fund, over the shadowy use of dividend funds
Taxman victorious in first-tier tribunal, puts a halt to €84m Fidex avoidance arrangement
British island territory agrees to sign OECD pact on tax co-operation, which has already been signed by 31 nations
Tax vacancies rose by 11% in London and the south east during Q1 of 2016, compared to the same period last year.
Tax experts suggest ways the European authority can build upon its country-by-country reporting announcement
Select committee says HMRC is making ‘limited progress’ in reducing tax fraud losses, claiming that the rich 'can get away with tax fraud'
Osborne delivers ‘another hammer blow’ to offshore tax evasion by announcing data partnership with biggest European economies
Supreme Court rules in favour of taxman over long-running Eclipse 35 tax avoidance scheme