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HMRC News

October 2020 Tax Investigation Round Up

HMRC's CJRS letters cause alarm among employers, suspected £70,000 furlough fraud leads to two arrests, and 18-year ban issued to event directors.

September 2020 Tax Investigation Round Up

Upper Tribunal IR35 appeal goes in favour of HMRC, HMRC collect £120m from deals struck with tax evaders, and 3,000 employers targeted in relation to CJRS claims.

August 2020 Tax Investigation Round Up

10 trillion euro uncovered in offshore assets, IR35 reforms are given the go ahead for April 2021, and a takeaway owner is disqualified following five-year tax fraud

July 2020 Tax Investigation Round Up

HMRC plans to tackle online VAT evasion, Chancellor grants tax authorities new powers, and a look ahead to post COVID-19 tax investigations

June 2020 Tax Investigation Round Up

Ex HMRC employee's £120k tax fraud, spotlight on HMRC investigation procedures, lap dancers and dog breeders targeted by HMRC.

May 2020 Tax Investigation Round Up

IR35 rules declared 'flawed' by House of Lords review, opera house loses Upper Tribunal appeal, tax haven multi-nationals denied Covid-19 aid.

April 2020 Tax Investigation Round Up

Director fined £10k over failure to provide pensions information, five arrested over loan charge fraud, Eamonn Holmes loses First-Tier Tribunal.

March 2020 Tax Investigation Round Up

Restaurateur's £570k tax fraud, jail time for a printing company bosses, charity head’s £250k tax fraud and HMRC begins IR35 implementation…

February 2020 Tax Investigation Round Up

Senior civil servant steals over £1.7m, Edinburgh named as top spot for tax avoiders, restaurant bosses disqualified for 18 years, and a recruitment agency receives £11k fine for false pension claims.

January 2020 Tax Investigation Round Up

Katie Price fails to repay debts, Lloyd Webber's £6m capital gains tax win, growing list of individuals HMRC are confident can be prosecuted, government defers loan charge repayments...

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