HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is right to crack down on advisers it deems to have facilitated tax avoidance, as outlined by the government in a recent consultation, Hargreaves Lansdown has said.
Chartered financial planner Danny Cox said advisers had been getting away with putting their clients in tax avoidance schemes for hefty fees for too long and should face the consequences. He said: "It's...
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