Accountant uncovers devilish detail in new rules, meaning some of your clients could face a surprise tax bill.
Great niece and nephew take adviser to court after confusion over content of their aunt’s will.
Court of Appeal finds in favour of HM Revenue & Customs, after bank’s subsidiary tried to exploit loophole.
Way Group chairman Paul Wilcox claims product is a UK first.
Recent successes for the tax office likely to spur further investigations, suggests Pinsent Masons.
Acting chief executive says it is still too early to assess the scale of regulatory and legal wrongdoing.
Analysis & Opinion
Devolution for Scotland and Wales could further complicate UK tax planning. Danny Cox explains.
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