VAT is a key area of focus for HMRC, with further inquiries likely to follow, according to tax investigation insurance specialists PfP
The UK consumers “may not benefit” from the European Commission’s proposals on e-books
Civil penalties could hit companies unwittingly involved in VAT fraud, warns UHY Hacker Young
The director of a building firm in West Wales has been disqualified from acting as a director for under-declaring sales on VAT returns.
The former owners of a Maidenhead motor dealership who illegally claimed an £86,000 VAT repayment have been sentenced
HMRC has outlined a change in VAT policy to the treatment of dwellings that have been formed from either the construction of new buildings, or from the conversion of non-residential buildings
Directors of a company that provided management accounting services to schools have been disqualified for neglecting the company’s tax affairs
Sports professionals could be in line for a targeted tax clampdown with new restrictions being placed on their ability to claim back tax
The application of sales taxes on digital goods and services is growing. John McCarthy, CEO of Taxamo, highlights the developments and challenges with it
The CIoT has called on the government to rethink its approach to ensuring online sellers pay the correct amount of VAT.