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HM Revenue & Customs’ (HMRC) specialist ‘task forces’ have collected £540 million in extra tax revenue for the UK authority in the last financial year, according to research by Pinsent Masons. The amount collected by the task forces in 2019/20 was broadly level with that

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Throughout the first quarter of this year, £2.5 billion was withdrawn from pensions flexibly, marking a 19% increase from the £2.1bn recorded last year, according to the latest data from HMRC.

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HMRC is homing in on inheritance tax avoidance by wealthy families through the creation of a secret unit which will investigate the ways in which investment companies are used to reduce bills.

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Nine businesses are being probed by HMRC for potential breaches of the new corporate criminal offence of failing to prevent the facilitation of tax evasion, with 21 other potential cases under criminal review. Tax experts at Pinsent Masons said that the figures should act as a wake-up call to S

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Scottish salmon exports have risen by 22% on the previous year to reach a record £618 million, according to the latest HMRC statistics.

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HMRC has highlighted ten of the weirdest excuses and expense claims it has received in the last decade. The top ten most bizarre excuses and questionable expenses claims for items, in reverse order, are:

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It is likely that the British Treasury will have to refund billions of pounds to freelance workers after it announced that it was minimising its crackdown on tax avoidance after it faced criticism in an official report.

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Scottish businesses are benefiting from record levels of trade with Japan, as UK exports totalled £14.8 billion in the year to September 2019, up by over 7.6% on the previous 12 months. Latest figures from the Department for International Trade show that Atlantic salmon exports to Japan w

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HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) is warning millions of Self Assessment customers to be aware of fraudsters in the run-up to the 31 January deadline. Over the last year, HMRC received nearly 900,000 reports from the public about suspicious HMRC contact - phone calls, texts or emails. More than 100,000

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The chief executive of HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has publicly denied that it made any mistakes when pursuing repayments from Rangers FC for unpaid tax. In a very unusual move, chief executive Jim Harra made a social media announcement to reject the claims made in The Times that mista

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