HMRC Information Powers by Mark McLaughlin

HMRC Information Powers by Mark McLaughlin

Most practitioners will be aware of HMRC’s statutory powers to obtain information and documents from the taxpayer which are reasonably required by HMRC for the purpose of checking the taxpayer’s tax position. ‘Checking’ in this context includes carrying out an investigation or enquiry of any kind (FA 2008, Sch 36, paras 1, 58). HMRC’s information. Read more

Tackling tax evasion: the new corporate offences by Myfanwy Neville

Tackling tax evasion: the new corporate offences by Myfanwy Neville

Myfanwy Neville, Audit, Tax and Business Advisory Partner at BKL, explains the implications of the new corporate criminal offences on businesses.  To prevent the criminal facilitation of tax evasion, two new corporate criminal offences were introduced on 30 September this year (following Royal Assent of the Criminal Finances Act on 27 April 2017). Corporates and. Read more

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