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Move makes it easier for global corporate tax overhaul to come into effect in 2023
Resistance to move from Kyrsten Sinema is forcing administration to recast measures to finance $3.5tn spending package
HMRC plans to probe digital currency holders over possible gains
Transport analysts say government will need to replace lost taxes from petrol and diesel
Traditional giveaways may not impress voters enduring turbulence — long-term thinking should be the priority
Top-up levy introduced by George Osborne in 2015 to fall from 8 per cent to 3 per cent
Poorer households in the UK face a difficult winter of higher living costs
Is it too late to put the shares into a stocks and shares Isa?
Young sports stars and celebrities face big challenges managing life-changing pots of money
Chancellor risks forgoing £1.5bn in annual revenue just as he seeks to restore fiscal discipline
Using the UK apprenticeship levy for EMBAs split opinion but ending it has consequences
Investors tempted to try evading tax should beware of the authorities’ growing reach
IFS urges Sunak to review rules on defined contribution schemes
Ministers urged to overhaul ‘outdated and outmoded’ regime or face losing investment
I have helped finance two junior Isas for my British grandchildren and would like to invest in something similar
Judge describes sums involved as ‘eye watering’ as he grants HMRC forfeiture order
Last week’s deal at the OECD is far from perfect but forestalls a nasty trade war
New 15 per cent rate for companies to be included in Biden spending bill being negotiated by Democrats
OECD-led pact sets 15% floor aimed at raising $150bn annually as US wins two-year ban on tech levies
Empty nesters must consider personal and social issues as well as money and tax
Holdouts Hungary, Ireland and Estonia join biggest cross-border overhaul in a century
I’ve been able to save a few hundred pounds a month since the start of the pandemic
While the UK government will raise taxes it will also use inflation to cut the weight of its huge debt
This week we will be joined by Tom Keatinge, director of the Centre for Financial Crime and Security Studies at the Royal United Services Institute, to discuss the recent leak of some 12m documents.
Move will cost country about €2bn in lost revenues as it ditches cherished 12.5% rate