4500 information exchanges between jurisdictions took place in 2018, OECD global forum told
The automatic exchange of information (AEOI) has seen 4500 successful bilateral exchanges by 86 jurisdictions take place under the new AEOI ...
One year after launch, 180,500 new UK homeowners have benefited from stamp duty tax relief
More than 180,500 first time buyers have pocketed the cash they would have spent on Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) for ...
Heir hunting firm that ignored pensioner's Will deemed "wholly cavalier"
A firm of genealogists, who appeared on the BBC's series Heir Hunters, has been described as "wholly cavalier" by a judge ...
Jersey's finance industry reports record high figures for second quarter of 2018
Banking deposits are rising and the value of the funds industry in Jersey is at a record high according to latest ...
Rolex watches and colourful Swatches land Liverpool pub landlords in jail
A Liverpool couple who dodged tax and swindled benefits to fund a luxury lifestyle must repay £355,000 or face more time ...
UK stamp duty tax receipts increase by six percent
Stamp duty taxes receipts increased by six percent to £16.425 billion between 2016-17 and 2017-18, according to statistics released by HMRC
UK court rejects Unexplained Wealth Order challenge over multi-million pound property
A challenge against an Unexplained Wealth Order (UWO) by a wealthy banker's wife has been dismissed by the high court, meaning ...
FATF report finds Saudi Arabia need to do more to combat money laundering
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is achieving good results in fighting terrorist financing, but needs to focus more on pursuing larger ...
First class HMRC investigation stamps out philatelist's VAT fraud
A crooked stamps dealer who was convicted of using the identities of dead babies to create illegal passports has been jailed ...
Autumn Budget brought forward to late October as Brexit looms large
The UK Government has announced that it will publish its next Budget on Monday 29 October 2018