The US has warned the EU that it risks damaging international agreements on tax reform if it continues to act as a "supra-national tax authority".
HMRC announces new sanctions for taxpayers that 'fail to correct' offshore irregularities 26 Aug 2016
UK taxpayers that 'fail to correct' historical tax irregularities from their offshore investments and accounts could face penalties of up to three times the unpaid tax, under plans put forward for HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
FOCUS: There must be effective monitoring of whether countries comply with minimum standards in resolving international tax disputes and mandatory binding arbitration should be introduced, a business group has said.
- 'Timely' update to industry-investor group's executive pay guidance published 18 Aug 2016
- EU bonus rules may be eased for some lenders and investment firms, says Commission 29 Jul 2016
- Guide: UK employee share plans: the online annual filing regime
- Guide: Enterprise Management Incentive (EMI) Options
- Reform of 'broken' English business rates appeals could cost firms, says Colliers 22 Aug 2016
- BREXIT: tax implications of vote to leave the EU for UK real estate 07 Jul 2016
- Guide: Changes to the international tax system as a result of the 'BEPS' project
- Guide: Land and Buildings Transaction Tax in Scotland
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