More than 100,000 owners of valuable homes would have to pay an average of almost £1,000 a month under Labour's mansion tax plans.
The chief executive and a former director of the tax specialist arm of financial group Montpelier have been cleared of cheating the public revenue of £1m, after HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) dropped the case against them.
Platforms could be hit with a £10m bill in order to make sure they comply with new EU tax rules, the Tax Incentivised Savings Association (TISA) has warned.
Tax planning specialist Octopus has hired Shaun Sandiford from AXA Elevate to head up its relationships with platforms.
A taskforce tackling people trying to dodge property tax in the north west and north Wales has been launched by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
A tax avoidance scheme which abused the reliefs offered for research into life-saving vaccines to claim back £77m in tax has been rejected again by a tribunal.
The Treasury expects to net an extra £3.9bn between 2015 and 2020 as a result of tax reforms designed to facilitate the Budget freedoms.
Former government chief whip Andrew Mitchell has invested in a high-profile film financing company considered to be a tax avoidance scheme by HMRC.
A list of tax avoidance schemes whose users may be required to make an upfront payment of tax has been published today by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
Business executives and sport stars - among them David Beckham - have been warned they must pay HM Revenue and Customs more than £520m after a government crackdown on tax avoidance schemes.
Property searches by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) to target tax evasion jumped by 12% to 500 in the last year, according to official data obtained by law firm Pinsent Masons.
Revenue from taxes on home buyers and savers looks likely to exceed money hauled in from ‘sin taxes' such as those applied to alcohol and tobacco, according to the Daily Telegraph.
Celebrity tax scheme promoters have failed to stop the Revenue forcing their clients to pay their bills up front. Experts predict a wave of high-profile bankruptcies.
Advisers who introduced clients to the Icebreaker scheme knew "perfectly well" its sole aim was to enable tax avoidance, lawyers for an insurance company have claimed, citing a Tribunal ruling.
Calls for professionals, including financial advisers, lawyers and accountants, who advise on tax avoidance to be prosecuted have been branded "flawed" and "disingenuous" by deVere Group.
The guidance guarantee will fuel demand for independent advice and will be a "huge opportunity" for advisers, pensions minister Steve Webb has said.
Confusion surrounding the new pension rules could leave retirees with a large and unexpected tax bill, research suggests.
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