Retired Premier League players are among more than 100 footballers who face financial ruin as a result of demands from HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) for what it has said is unpaid tax, but the sports stars said the fault lies with their advisers.
The players are accused of using avoidance schemes to avoid paying tax owed, according to the Guardian. HMRC has challenged a number of schemes that, it argued, took advantage of reliefs aimed at boosting...
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