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HMRC - Tax and VAT Investigations Articles

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has a wide range of powers; including the ability to raid premises.

HMRC - Tax and VAT Investigations Articles

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has a wide range of powers; including the ability to raid premises. Those investigated by it must seek representation from lawyers with years of experience in challenging and negotiating with HMRC.

LEGAL ARTICLE

Failing to Prevent TAX Evasion

Nicola Sharp of Rahman Ravelli outlines the offences created by Part 3 of the Criminal Finances Act, their relevance in this COVID-19 era and the appropriate corporate response.

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By Nicola Sharp  28 September 2020
4 min read

LEGAL ARTICLE

CARBON CREDIT FRAUD – AVOIDING THE PITFALLS

A good number of years ago, Rahman Ravelli was asked to write about carbon credits for an environmental magazine. It was a piece about how carbon credits were a well-intentioned idea that had become a vehicle for fraud. Unfortunately, the s...

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By Azizur Rahman  27 February 2017
3 min read

LEGAL ARTICLE

NO AVOIDING IT

Under new Treasury rules that have been published for consultation, a fine of up to 100% of the tax that was avoided could be imposed on any accountant or financial advisor whose efforts to help a client escape paying tax are judged to be u...

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By Azizur Rahman  15 September 2016
3 min read

LEGAL ARTICLE

OFFSHORE THING

Tax evasion hit the headlines with a vengeance in Spring with the Mossack Fonseca scandal. But those in business and finance need to see beyond the headlines if they are to avoid tax evasion problems of their own.

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By Nicola Sharp  31 August 2016
3 min read