Corporations publicly outed as tax dodgers; individuals denied honours. Shaming people into paying their taxes is probably effective, says Merryn Somerset Webb. But the government could go further.
Grandparents who look after young children are failing to claim entitlements, says David Prosser.
It’s tempting to think once you’ve filed your tax return, that’s it, says David Prosser. But every now and again, the taxman comes knocking.
Thanks to the tax breaks on offer, getting hitched can be a lucrative business, says Ruth Jackson.
Whether a professional or an accidental landlord, you’ll need to complete a self-assessment tax return each year. Emma Lunn explains.
Markets may be roaring as 2018 gets underway, says Merryn Somerset Webb. But more sober minds won’t forget these two points.
Getting your tax return wrong could mean missing out on valuable tax relief on your pensions. David Prosser explains how to avoid it.
You only have a couple of weeks left to file your tax return and settle your bill, says Ruth Jackson. Time to get online.
The SNP’s change to income tax has alienated the most productive members of society and put the economy and revenues at long term risk, says Merryn Somerset Webb.
One type of offshore trust threatens to land many ordinary people – including nurses, teachers and cleaners – with unexpected tax bills. David Prosser explains.
As the hysteria surrounding the Paradise Papers shows, public and political attitudes to tax avoidance are changing, says Merryn Somerset Webb.