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The number of penalties issued personally to finance directors at large businesses by HMRC has dropped from 148 to just

July 20, 2021

Ireland said it is pushing to keep its lower tax rates, denying a report that the country would abandon its

July 16, 2021
Put It To The People March Takes Place In Central London

The EU has decided to delay plans for a new digital services tax, under pressure from the US administration and

July 12, 2021

Businesses claimed back a record £11.5bn in overpaid corporation tax from HMRC last year, a jump of 26 per cent

July 12, 2021
Senate Appropriations Considers Treasury Department's Budget Request

US Treasury secretary Janet Yellen has warned that recently-agreed reforms to corporate tax rules that will ensure major companies pay

July 11, 2021

The EU expects to generate nearly €10bn a year from a new carbon levy on imports as part of its

July 7, 2021

US business lobbying groups are preparing to stop new corporate tax hikes in a spending bill linked to the bipartisan

July 6, 2021

US tech giants such as Google and Facebook could face a $28bn (£20bn) bill as part of radical plans to

July 5, 2021

Ireland refused to sign a major agreement to overhaul the global corporation tax regime on Thursday. 130 countries and jurisdictions

July 2, 2021
The sign on the HM Treasury on Horse Gua

Taxpayers could lose tens of billions of pounds through support schemes set up to limit the impact of Covid-19, the

June 30, 2021

Nearly 800,000 people who worked from home during the coronavirus pandemic have claimed tax relief on their household-related costs so

June 29, 2021
HMRC delays first 5% surcharge on unpaid self-assessment debt.

The UK tax authority has opened almost 13,000 probes into businesses that may have abused the government’s coronavirus business support

June 28, 2021

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