Dawn raids on suspected tax evaders have increased by one-third to 669 over the five years to March, figures released by HMRC have shown.
Over the same period, the number of evasion-related prosecutions more than doubled from 501 to 1067, highlighting HMRC's effort to sharpen its focus on tax cheats, the FT reported. Pinsent Masons head...
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'Advisers are waking up'
Investors across the globe have an apparently innate home bias, preferring to invest in companies based in domestic markets rather than looking abroad, says Thomas Wells, Multi-asset Fund Manager at Aviva Investors.
Quarter of retirees in “substantial debt”