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Australian individuals tax gap prompts action from ATO


The Australian income tax gap for individuals not in business was approximately 6.4 percent (AUS $8.7 billion) in 2014-15

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EXCLUSIVE: 2018 eprivateclient Top Residential Property Buyers revealed


Welcome to the 2018 edition of eprivateclient's Top Residential Property Buyers which looks to identify, recognise and promote the leading property ...

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Record number of fake HMRC websites deactivated


New figures show that HMRC requested a record 20,750 malicious sites to be taken down in the past 12 months, an ...

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Revenue up over 25 percent as Gordon Dadds announces annual results


London-based international legal and professional services group, Gordon Dadds, has announced its audited results for the year ended 31 March 2018 ...

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Defaulting trustees ordered to pay a further $33 million in latest Crociani judgment


Following another trial in the Crociani matter, the Royal Court in Jersey has ordered the defaulting trustees to pay a further ...

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Bumper year as Taylor Wessing announces record 2017/18 results


International law firm Taylor Wessing has announced its 2017/18 headline financial results, achieving a 12 percent increase in UK revenue to ...

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Latest UK tax gap figures result in £71 billion for UK public services


The UK tax gap for 2016/17 stands at 5.7 percent, HMRC confirmed last week (15/06/2018)

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SRA research on trainee salaries shows numbers up but ethnic and gender pay disparities remain


Research by the UK's Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA) has shown that since the removal of the minimum trainee salary, trainee numbers ...

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PAM Insight Top Gun Charity Shooting Competition in pictures


The first annual PAM Insight Top Gun Charity Shooting Competition shoot raised £6,936 for Bloodwise, a blood cancer charity. The charity ...

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Accountancy firm calls for rate relief for businesses affected by UK rail disruption


The UK Government should compensate businesses that have lost customers and earnings due to severe disruption on British railways, accounting, tax ...

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