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Money News

Contractors' concerns seem to have been listened to (and acted on) by a banking probe.

The latest of two HMRC blunders with business people has devastating effects.

HMRC to clarify which closing down a company activities can be caught by TARR.

Digital suppliers told to refrain from guesswork about MOSS, as officials 'simply don’t know.'

Come clean before July 31st to get off with a reduced penalty, says CXC.

One-man bands' clients know no bounds when it comes to the creative fob-off.

Spending watchdog mauls the taxman for saving just £1 for every £4 taxpayers have lost.

One taxpayer who lost £15,000 is among 'hundreds' of scammed Revenue customers.

New ISA needs revising if it's really going to help people who work for themselves -- IPSE.

Ban on Entrepreneurs' Relief results in a record number of 'Ltds' winding up.

'Putting back five HMRC consultations is no good if the system isn't put back too.'

Wealthy city workers wanting to escape help the average tax bill in Elmbridge hit £18k.

'We're small, but some claims are just too small for even us to bother with.'

Contractors occupy too many financial positions to get off scot-free on Wednesday.

Chancellor's axe apparently trained on the cash reward you get at 55 for building a nest egg.

Confusion and the calendar bode well for the taxman's penalty team.

Updating us at least quarterly will not be akin to four tax returns a year, claims HMRC.

HMRC updates the list of laughable claims made for missing the Jan 31 deadline.

People who work for themselves help HMRC smash its target on jailing tax crooks.

Treasury's 'special' rate for firms to pay is akin to an 'iron fist in a not so velvet glove.'

Second-home contractors won’t be fans of the chancellor, but they won’t be fazed by him either.

Any significant relief is 18 months away at very, very best, micro-businesses told.

Taxman told to put more effort into combating £16bn worth of illegal activity.

Careless mistakes over relatively small sums may still cost you six months in prison.

Existing remedies for the unpaid hailed as better than new cures.

Lawyers want the Revenue's time to investigate you restricted.

Owing over £1,500 raises the prospect of an inspector calling (and auctioning your goods).

Not investing as long, or as much, is the modus operandi of many a tiny trader. 

Latest count of cash flowing into the exchequer shows the highest numbers ever.

Accelerated Payment disputes set to heap more pressure on an already log-jammed system.

Taxman concedes, but he still won't need proof of intention to prosecute.

Not even a third of small suppliers chase big clients in the first week of being unpaid.

Revenue praised for replacing instant penalties with a new 'risk-based' approach.

New high in HMRC payouts to tax whistleblowers, who are increasingly in professional services.

First week of 2015 begins to put earnings into your own pocket - not the taxman's.  

Earning £100 online provokes the taxman, while incurring it pacifies him. 

Online trader who was let go by the Revenue, only to lie on his tax return, is sentenced.

Wide-ranging look at penalties considers what to do if 'life just gets in the way.'

The tax plans that must have proved too taxing for officials to work out properly. 

'Tens of thousands' of digital suppliers hope an exemption from VAT rules emerges next month.

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