Actis Capital complains of "strong arm" tactics
New York Times accuses Apple of tax avoidance on a large scale
The government's flagship environmental policy is now tied to an unpopular measure – but they've got
Ian Cameron ran investment funds in Panama and Geneva aimed at avoiding UK tax.
The Institute of Directors is wrong to call for raising the pension age; it's not a magic money tree
In 2010-11, businesses paid more than a quarter of the total UK tax take of £551bn.
The TPA's Matthew Sinclair argues that it is lack of take-up that makes the tax system look biased a
How to change the tax relief cap to help charities and the government get value for money.
Where does the tax burden fall, and why do loopholes help the rich?
The bank's tax planning has been described as a "sham" in a New York court briefing
We've heard Osborne's plans to crack down on tax dodgers/philanthropists (delete as appropriate), bu
If we worry about politicians dodging taxes, attack the dodging, not the privacy, writes the TPA's M
Little-Britainism won't help us here.
11 per cent of the entire spirits market is under the table.
Creating mayhem is unlikely to be a sustainable, long-run industrial relations strategy. The government already has troubles in the public sector with its cull of jobs – remember all that talk of the enemy?
Ireland and America are suffering the same problem with their contentious taxes.
A €100 flat tax remains unpaid by half of Irish households.
How a technical change in Treasury forecasting could help scrap the 45p tax rate.
Tax dodging, the Laffer curve, and the 50p rate
Although superficially similar, high stamp duty is not a mansion tax
The Fabian Society tells George Osborne what it wants to hear in the 2012 Budget.
The Social Market Foundation tells George Osborne what it wants to hear in the 2012 Budget.
IPPR tells George Osborne what it wants to hear in the 2012 Budget.
Move may attract more capital to the country.
The fringes of what constitutes tax avoidance may be hazy, but that doesn't mean that some cases are
It's the most exciting period of the year (for accountants): The run-up to the budget. But what's in
The think tank aims to encourage a "savings culture".
Two seperate groups are pushing for changes to how pensions are taxed in the budget, but could they