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MPs have accused Google of trying to “disguise” its business operations in order to lower its tax bill.
The multinational corporation tax controversy reared back into life late yesterday as it emerged that Amazon’s UK subsidiary paid just £2.4m in UK tax last year.
UK director of world’s largest independent financial consultancy weighs in on the facts
Mike Fleming CTA. TEP. Tax Director at Straughans Chartered Accountants reveals how to prepare your estate to reduce Inheritance Tax
Our comparison of take-home pay for UK expats exposes the threat London faces of a talent exodus
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Jimmy, Jimmy, Jimmy. Obviously everyone has been hitting you back with lots of witty one-liners. Here are our favourites
Stamp duty is strangling the economy argues LBC radio presenter James Max. We must abolish it now
With all this fuss about Ken and his tax affairs hitting headlines, we thought we’d give you the 10 most popular
George Osborne’s plans to get the rich to pay more tax are nothing more than “red herrings”, according to a London-based chartered financial planner.
From a shiny Ferrari to a holiday home in Hawaii, if the super-rich have evaded tax on their riches, now is the time to come clean warns KPMG’s Greg Limb
The “Mansion Tax” is back on the agenda again and Charlie Mullins isn’t best pleased
Chancellor George Osborne should scrap the 50p top rate of tax in the Budget because it is “damaging” the economy, according to a letter signed by more than 500 business leaders.
We challenge three eminent economists to fight their corners: should the UK’s highest tax rate be scrapped?
Infrastructure levies are sneaking up again. How much will companies have to fork out over the coming years?
Firms wanting to build new premises will benefit as business rates income is handed to councils
Tax, boring? Not when Nicholas Shaxson is telling the tale. He kicks off his exposé of offshore centres with a 100 decibel tirade