Government letting the side down in debt collection

, 23 July 2014

If you're a contractor or freelancer and you're tired of being harried by the Government for tax avoidance, don't worry - there's a chance they'll forget you.

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Compliance costs ravaging contractors and other sole traders

, 21 July 2014

Whilst the Government says it's going to be reducing their focus on following legislation, contractors and sole traders are suffering from compliance costs.

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HMRC publishes Naughty List of 800+ tax schemes

, 16 July 2014

If there's one list you don't want to be on it's this one: Her Majesty's Revenue & Customs has published a list of more than 800 tax avoidance schemes.

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Tax advisers slapped with £1 million tax avoidance fines?

, 14 July 2014

As if anyone didn't think Her Majesty's Revenue & Customs wasn't playing for keeps, now there's a chance that tax advisers could be fined as much as £1 million.

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Stars come out – only to be slapped with tax avoidance bill

, 09 July 2014

More proof that no one is safe from Chancellor George Osborne's tender ministrations when it comes to tax avoidance: some major stars are under investigation.

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PwC’s Citizen’s Jury comes out in support of tax integration

, 07 July 2014

A Citizen's Jury formed by PwC has come out in support of a Conservative suggestion to integrate National Insurance payments with income tax.

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Tories considering campaigning on tax system simplification

, 02 July 2014

The Conservatives like to say they support British businesses, including the self-employed, but now they may be ready to put their money where their mouth is.

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HMRC finally updates IR35 compliance guidance

, 30 June 2014

It's been a long time coming, but it's finally here: contractors rejoice, for Her Majesty's Revenue & Customs has updated new guidance on IR35 compliance.

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HMRC predicts tax avoidance crackdown to create massive row

, 25 June 2014

The Government's new tax avoidance crackdown will be going into effect next month, and Her Majesty's Revenue & Customs is preparing for a massive siege.

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HMRC reveals employment intermediaries dropbox plans

, 23 June 2014

According to new details unearthed by APSCo, Her Majesty's Revenue & Customs has created an email address for the express purpose of employment intermediaries.

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Vodafone tax avoidance row hots up with demonstrations

, 18 June 2014

Anti tax-avoidance protesters have begun to hold demonstrations outside UK Vodafone shops to protest the telecoms giant's decision to not pay corporation tax.

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European Commission weighs in on tax avoidance row

, 16 June 2014

Well it's finally happened - the European Commission has decided to step in where the British Government seems to be unable by cracking down on tax avoidance.

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Vodaphone tells Government to jog on in tax avoidance row

, 11 June 2014

British telecoms giant Vodafone has flatly refused to pay its corporate tax bill, refuting charges of tax avoidance leveled at it by, well, everyone I suppose.

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HMRC becomes the saviour of underpaid workers everywhere

, 09 June 2014

Normally I have some choice words for Her Majesty's Revenue & Customs but I have to give credit where it's due, especially when it comes to underpaid workers.

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