Advisers or accountants who help clients avoid tax in ways that were never intended face tough penalties under new rules from the Treasury, the BBC reports.
The rules, laid out in a consultation due to be released today, will levy a fine of 100% of the tax that was avoided, the report said. It added off-shore tax havens would be included. The report said...
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