People trading on the internet who haven't paid all the tax they owe are being invited to take part in an online Twitter question and answer session by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC).
People trading on the internet who haven't paid all the tax they owe have been offered the opportunity to come forward and pay up under an HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) campaign.
A new cyber crime team to tackle tax fraud by organised criminals more proactively was launched today by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
Ahead of the Chancellor's Budget next Wednesday, the second UK Mums' Budget from Family Investments reveals that family friendly tax breaks are top of mums' agendas as they face an extra £7bn on everyday essential costs in 2012.
Savers who have used their full cash ISA allowance every year since their introduction in 1999 would be £3,800 richer than if they had just put the same amount away in an easy access savings account, according to analysis by MoneySupermarket.com.
With the deadline for filing online tax returns fast approaching, including the correct information on a tax return and making the most of current legislation could be the key to big savings this tax year, according to pension and investments provider, NFU Mutual.
A new specialist unit targeting offshore tax cheats has been launched by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC).
If you are going abroad to do Christmas shopping, or buying goods online from non-EU countries, you need to know how much you can buy before you have to pay import duty or VAT.
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) will shortly begin writing to UK residents and organisations holding Swiss bank accounts with the HSBC in Geneva who may not have reported all their income and gains to HMRC.
Letters will be dropping onto around 1.2 million doormats over the next three months warning people they have underpaid their tax, with the average amount owed expected to be £550.
With the 31 October deadline for paper tax returns just weeks away, HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is urging you to get your paper tax return in on time, or face a penalty.
Reports of fraudulent "phishing" emails have risen by 300 per cent over the past year, HM Revenue & Customs has confirmed.
As fierce competition for university places in Bristol draws to a close, parents across the country will be considering how they can support their children through university.
Businesses and individuals who earlier this year disclosed past tax arrears as part of a tax amnesty are being reminded by leading East Midlands chartered accountants Newby Castleman that they have until Wednesday 31st August to pay up or face further fines.
Tax benefits related to donations of pre-eminent works of art and other objects of cultural and social value are in line to increase significantly, as outlined in this year’s Budget.
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