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HM Revenue & Customs omits a measure from the Finance Bill that would have made failure to declare offshore income a criminal offence.
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) tax crackdown has turned its attention to the legal profession.
George Osborne has multinationals and banks in his sights as he targets over £5 billion in tax revenue.
Savers will be allowed to pass on ISAs (individual savings accounts) to their spouses when they die, according to the Autumn Statement.
Commission tasked with shaping further devolution recommends Scotland be handed power to set rates and thresholds.
HMRC has lost track of millions of pounds worth of tax reliefs, says National Audit Office.
MPs have criticised HMRC over its ‘unacceptably slow’ action against tax avoidance schemes.
The prime minister tells the Conservative party conference he will raise the threshold at which people start to pay 40% tax to £50,000 if re-elected.
The need for investment would mean an independent Scotland might have to offer tax breaks to wealthy foreigners, a tax lawyer says.