Press Releases • Jul 20, 2017 12:57 BST
HM Revenue and Customs has won a legal battle against a tax avoidance scheme, which claimed £122 million was spent on research into brain disorders, when only £7 million of it reached a genuine research company.
Press Releases • Jul 17, 2017 12:22 BST
A lorry driver, who smuggled more than nine million cigarettes into the UK hidden inside air filter units, evading £2.5 million in duty, has been jailed for three years after an HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) investigation.
Press Releases • Jul 17, 2017 09:51 BST
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has collected more than £4 billion through the ‘pay now, dispute later’ rules for people who have used a tax avoidance scheme.
Press Releases • Jul 13, 2017 17:42 BST
One of Britain’s most wanted tax fugitives, the man at the centre of a vast, multi-million pound tax fraud, who fled the UK in July 2014 to avoid prison, has been deported from Dubai after being caught travelling with a fake British passport.
Press Releases • Jul 13, 2017 16:47 BST
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has today published its 2016-17 annual report.
Press Releases • Jul 10, 2017 13:51 BST
A Cottingham man who hid online auction sales worth more than £2.6 million from HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has been sentenced.
Press Releases • Jul 07, 2017 12:29 BST
A 49-year-old Anstruther businessman, who faked paperwork to steal almost £490,000 in tax refunds he was not entitled to, has been jailed after HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) investigators uncovered his VAT fraud.
Press Releases • Jul 06, 2017 18:04 BST
Two members of an organised crime group, who attempted to claim £10.2 million in tax credits using stolen identities of public sector employees, have been jailed for eight years and nine months after a complex criminal investigation by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC). Two women received suspended prison sentences.
Press Releases • Jun 30, 2017 18:17 BST
An accountant, two film producers and an independent financial advisor, who were jailed with three others for more than 36 years for committing a £2.2 million tax fraud, have been ordered to pay back more than £2 million of their criminal profits or face a further ten years in jail.