Charity tax reliefs rise to £1.1bn

Taxpayer claims on giving almost double in past decade

Tax demands for property scheme investors

Reliefs will be repayable under HMRC clampdown

Film investors challenge tax demands

HMRC faces judicial review over upfront payments


A year of change for your money

The general election looms large over prospects for wealth

solar panels on a roof (left)/Cars and trucks on a highway drive past a windpark

Renewable energy tax breaks face clamp

Ministers crack down on Enterprise Investment Scheme

VCT investors rise by a quarter

More than 15,000 taxpayers invested in VCTs in 2012-13

04/07/2011 - Social care costs in England should be capped so people do not face losing large chunks of their assets, an independent review says. Council-funded home help and care home places for the elderly and adults with disabilities are currently only offered to those with under £23,250 of assets.

Who wins in the state pension shake-up?

Biggest overhaul to the system in decades

Luxembourg old town, shot from the hill

How Luxembourg reeled in Silicon Valley

Chill wind blows through country that opened its doors to the world

HMRC Building, Westminster. Photograph: Rosie Hallam
©Rosie Hallam

No criminal penalty in evasion clampdown

Controversial measure not included in draft legislation

John Cridland, head of the CBI at CBI head office, Cannon Street. 4/11/14

Business leaders attack UK ‘Google tax’

Charge on multinationals is ‘a real concern’, says CBI

Australia targets UK-style ‘Google tax’

Canberra ‘contemplating’ levy on diverted profits

HMRC tax campaign targets solicitors

Lawyers urged to disclose unpaid tax

The art of making a little go a long way

A few crowd-pleasers in the Autumn Statement

IFS criticises Osborne’s tax changes

Think-tank says temporary rises being used to fund permanent cuts

Commentary: Corporate tax reforms offer chance to expand the base while making rate cuts

One route to increased tax yields may be its drive to combat tax evasion

Taxing system drives Germans into arms of advisers

Professional advice sought even by employees

Google tax needs a Google brain behind it

Analogue and unilateral thinking on UK’s foreign companies tax

UK ‘Non-doms’ face higher charges

Tax on expensive homes held through ‘envelopes’ rises, as does annual resident charge

Osborne rules out rise in duty on petrol

Motorists had feared return to ‘escalator’ after oil price fall

Warning for tax scheme investors

Be wary of mailshot solutions to HMRC disputes


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