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Accusations of poor accounting practices fly

This week there’s been a raft of rows over accounting practices as not one but two companies stand accused of playing fast and loose with the rules.

HMRC ramps up investigations, flusters small business owners

It seems the taxman can’t seem to get much right nowadays, whether it be hunting down tax evasion or making it easier for smaller businesses to file taxes.

Tax evasion crackdowns: they don’t work, but HMRC won’t stop

I’m not here to say that tax evasion isn’t a problem in the UK right now, but HMRC is going the wrong way about it – and I’m not the only one that thinks so.

Hampshire plumber receives suspended sentence for tax evasion

A plumber from Hampshire was recently given a four-month jail sentence, suspended for 12 months, after Southampton Crown Court found him guilty of tax evasion.

How can Rangers FC resolve its problems with HMRC?

As I’m sure most accountants will be aware, Glasgow Rangers football club has got itself in a spot of bother with HMRC.

Is your tax planning strictly above board?

Is it possible to out-smart the taxman legally? According to a recent article in the press, yes it is.

HMRC’s tax evasion taskforce makes two arrests in Glasgow

Accountants north of the border will no doubt be aware that HMRC began a campaign targeting tax evading Scottish restaurateurs at the end of last year.

Plumber gets 12-month jail sentence for tax evasion

Contractor accountants may be interested to learn that a plumber from the West Midlands was recently sentenced to 12 months in jail for tax evasion.

HMRC to hold tax evasion Q&A session on Twitter

Online accountants may be interested to learn that the Revenue is to hold a Q&A session on Twitter for Internet traders who owe outstanding taxes.

CIOT calls for general disclosure facility for tax evaders

The Chartered Institute of Taxation is the latest body to call for the Government to launch a general disclosure facility for individuals who have been practicing tax evasion.