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A multi-million-pound mistake made by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is being blamed for the financial problems which caused the downfall of Rangers Football Club. The Times reported that HMRC has publicly recognised that it claimed too much tax from the club and accordingly, up to £50 millio

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Airbnb UK has received a warning from HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) that legal proceedings could be initiated against the company over "tax laws or regulations impacting the company's business".

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The Edinburgh Tax Network, the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland, Chartered Institute of Taxation and Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs, with support from Terra Firma Chambers, will present a joint seminar and discussion on 24th October on the subject of ‘Exiting from Private/Fami

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Statistics released yesterday by HMRC have revealed that Scotland has seen another rise in Research and Development (R&D) tax credit claims. The latest 2017-18 figures show Scottish companies made a total of 2,210 claims, up from 1,900 made that this time last year.

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The Financial Reporting Council (FRC) has appointed Simon Dingemans and Sir Jon Thompson as its new chairperson and chief executive respectively. Simon Dingemans replaces Sir Win Bischoff, who steps down after six years in the post. Sir Jon Thompson succeeds Stephen Haddrill who held the role of chi

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Alex Docherty, tax partner at Johnston Carmichael, wrote for The Courier and Advertiser about concerns over farmhouse tax relief.

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HMRC has kept its promise to adopt a light-touch approach on the imposition of fines for businesses who have failed to file on time with the shift to the new Making Tax Digital (MTD) system for VAT, according to Saffery Champness LLP. HMRC had not issued any fines for the 120,000 businesse

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Some taxpayers in Wales have been paying the wrong rate of tax after having the Scottish tax code mistakenly applied to them, HMRC has admitted. The Welsh Rates of Income Tax (WRIT) was introduced in April 2019, three years after the introduction of the Scottish Rate of Income Tax (SRIT) in 2016.

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Peter Dylewski New measures to crackdown on abuse of a VAT simplification scheme may be ineffective and have unwelcome consequences for tax-compliant small businesses, the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) has warned.

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HMRC is making progress in ensuring that income tax levied under the Scottish rate will be assessed and collected properly, but still faces significant challenges to ensure that all Scottish taxpayers are correctly identified, according to a report by the National Audit Office. The key challenge to

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HM Revenue & Customs is offering a selection of webinars to help the self-employed get tax advice, with advisers on hand to answer any typical tax questions.

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