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Non-domiciles and remittance basis of taxation: In A Alimahomed v HMRC [2024] UKFTT 432 (TC) (23 May 2024), the FTT allowed part of the taxpayer’s appeal, finding that a discovery assessment in relation to the 2015/16 tax year was not valid...
Simon York (HMRC) explain how HMRC’s Fraud Investigation Service is leading the domestic and international response to tax evasion.
It is now 18 months since the entry into force of the UK’s corporate criminal offences of failing to prevent the facilitation of tax evasion. This milestone coincides with the publication of Ipsos Mori’s research report, as part of the...

Are some corporates being too complacent and where might their current efforts be deficient, asks Jason Collins and Penny Simmons (Pinsent Masons).

Sean McGinness (Saffery Champness) considers what’s proposed to curtail VAT evasion in the construction industry.
Here is an opportunity to help shape the government’s strategy over the coming years. Thomas Barker (Charter Tax Consulting) explains.

The proposed corporate offence for failing to prevent tax evasion is now set out in the Criminal Finance Bill, and HMRC has issued revised draft guidance. Jason Collins and Tori Magill (Pinsent Masons) outline the ways a relevant body can manage their exposure to risk.

Andrew Scott (Pinsent Masons) considers the various linguistic concepts in determining taxpayer conduct towards paying tax.

Helen Buchanan (Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer) examines the revised draft legislation and new draft guidance on the proposed corporate offence of failing to prevent facilitation of tax evasion.

Following HMRC’s recent consultation paper and proposed response document and draft legislation ahead of the Autumn Statement, Peter Kiernan and Manraj Somal (KPMG) answer questions on plans to make corporations criminally liable for tax evasion.