Paid in full?
While the government's opponents rage about benefits being cut, claims on what remains are often barely 50% of those entitled.
Arguments about reducing the tax burden of companies tend to get associated with rabid neoliberals. Here's why they needn't be.
Minding the tax gap.
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The Panama papers show how hard it is to keep on top of tax collection, but outsourcing to the private sector would bring problems of its own.
Why stop at 17%?
Shedding little light. Google under scrutiny.
Scutiny of the £130m settlement leaves the Public Accounts Select Committee
struggling to follow the HMRC strategy.
You’re wrong m'lawd.
Lord Lawson thinks companies should partly be taxed on their sales. He's very wrong.
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As millions of people file their tax returns, HMRC is struggling to come across as fair.
Oil workers are among those whose tax bills could get complicated.
Devolving income tax north might seem like an issue for Scots only. Far from it, as it turns out.
H is for heft.
As HSBC suffers under the scorching spotlight of public scrutiny once more, it is fair to ask why the banking group so often finds itself at the heart of the action.