A clampdown on suspected tax avoidance among taxpayers with rapidly rising wealth has netted HMRC an extra £11.5m since it began targeting the group in 2012, according to calculations.
Investigations by HMRC's ‘rising stars' unit resulted in the collection of £6.6m extra tax in 2013-2014, a 35% increase on the £4.9m collected the previous year, says international law firm Pinsent Masons....
Irish border, resignations, market volatility and more
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Fidelity International multi-asset CIO James Bateman talks to Julian Marr about recent market volatility, portfolio positioning and his thoughts on the coming year
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‘Positive so far’