Marriage breakdown ruled a ‘reasonable excuse’

A taxpayer has won his appeal against HMRC relating to £10,000 in late tax payment penalties, following a tribunal ruling that his marriage breakdown was a reasonable excuse for the delay.

Taxman targets pre-pack offspring with VAT demands

HMRC demand failed businesses a 'security for future VAT' in order to be allowed to start up again...

HMRC demand over £25 million from tax avoiders

Over 600 members of tax avoidance schemes have received letters from HMRC demanding in excess of £250 million in unpaid tax. David Gauke, Financial Secretary to…

HMRC yields record £131m from tax status checks

HMRC’s crackdowns on the construction industry have yielded a 7% growth in revenue from investigations. Payments retrieved from plumbers, builders and electricians following HMRC enquiries saw…

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