Advisers will be forgiven for being rather confused by the latest to-ing and fro-ing from the Government over multiple trusts.
Proposed changes by HMRC to the tax disclosure regime are a cause for concern.
HSBC chief executive Stuart Gulliver is to face MPs for a second time over allegations bank staff aided tax evasion between 2005 and 2007.
A growing political consensus could result in aggressive new tax legislation regardless of the winner of this year’s election.
UK tax authorities have reached agreement over sharing data on HSBC-aided tax evasion.
HSBC’s chairman and chief executive have blamed Swiss-based relationship managers for aiding alleged tax-evasion in the mid 2000s.
Rules on taxing ad hoc pension withdrawals from April could certainly be clearer.
Labour will include allowances in a 50 per cent one-off tax on banker bonuses designed to fund a compulsory jobs guarantee.
Party is planning a new criminal offence of corporate failure to prevent tax evasion.
Nominees and successors will be able to use untouched pension savings to buy an annuity.
Married couples can now register with HMRC to take advantage of a new tax break.
Revenue promised to meet “relevant authorities” over HSBC last week.
The EU is to investigate whether members are harming the public purse by altering tax policy to lure international business.
Swiss bank is being investigated in the US over whether it sold Americans banned investments.
A Labour government would blacklist opaque territories and crown dependencies, says Miliband.
Bank advised clients on tax evasion using Swiss bank accounts.
Low earnings could be stung with extra tax charge after pension withdrawal.
Provider launches advice business through acquisition of Skipton-owned Pearson Jones.
A strange anomaly means non-taxpayers looking to take advantage of pension freedoms could be in for a shock.
Nationally-agreed life expectancy figures should be included in Pension Wise, says Aviva.
Lawyers say new cash option makes divorce proceedings unpredictable.
Poor planning will lead to £4.9bn in overpaid taxes in 2015.
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Simplified online reports aim to fill gap left by banks and RDR.
Finance Bill 2014 gives HMRC powers to demand disputed tax repayments within 90 days from tax avoidance scheme users.
One-year bonds to pay 2.8 per cent while three-year bonds will pay 4 per cent.
Customers will be able to choose capital or income guarantee.
The Government has dropped plans to extend tax relief to pension contributions made by people over the age of 75.
Confusion reigns over Treasury projections.
Widowers will no longer have to pay income tax on joint-life annuity payments under proposals widely expected to be unveiled by Chancellor George Osborne this week.
But expected growth in public sector transfer set to offset tax loss, Government estimates.
Move would bring annuities in back into line with drawdown.
Proposals to hand the Scottish Parliament autonomy over setting income tax rates could have significant ramifications for pensions tax relief.
Treasury concedes ground after criticism from MPs over scope of powers.
HMRC has confirmed ‘stand-alone’ pension lump sums will not be subject to the restricted money purchase annual allowance rules imposed on savers who access the Budget freedoms.
Party wants to impose fines of up to 100 per cent of the value of tax avoided.
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But Labour says annual tax statements mask full impact of taxes.
MPs ‘profoundly worried’ about potential missing £2bn from Treasury coffers.
A think-tank’s proposal to combine National Insurance and income tax is laudable but likely to be thwarted by lack of political will.