Neil MacGillivray: Is government winning the tax avoidance battle?

Avoidance, evasion and non-compliance


The days of the more aggressive forms of tax avoidance arrangements appear to be coming to an end but with victory in sight, warns Neil MacGillivray, HMRC is showing no sign of letting up its efforts

As part of the Spring Statement, the government issued a policy paper, headed Tackling tax avoidance, evasion, and other forms of non-compliance, which set out its approach and achievements in tackling...

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