Corporate tax remains key revenue source, despite falling rates worldwide, OECD research finds
Taxes paid by companies remain a key source of government revenues, especially in developing countries, despite the worldwide trend of falling ...
£1 million diamond ring linked to Azerbaijani banker's UWO case seized
A high value Cartier diamond ring purchased by jailed Azerbaijani banker Jahangir Hajiyev has been seized by NCA investigators as part ...
£3.5 million money launderers tried to stuff cash into office drawer
Two men caught trying to hide more than £100,000 in a filing cabinet have been jailed for laundering £3.5 million of ...
Tax cheating landlord back behind bars
A Hampshire tax fraudster has been sent back to jail for failing to repay the £190,555 he stole
HMRC set for bumper Christmas present following Jose Mourinho's sacking
Jose Mourinho's departure from Manchester United may not come as a complete shock, given the club's recent run of form, but ...
Smith & Williamson profits increase in half year results
Financial and professional services firm Smith & Williamson has reported a 6.3 percent increase in adjusted operating profit from £20.5 million ...
UK takes top spot in fight against dirty money
A new report from the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) has ranked the UK as a world leader in the fight ...
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 ...