Councils must have more powers over tax, an organisation representing local authorities in Scotland has said.
The Chief Secretary to the Treasury has refused to be drawn on reports that the Government is eyeing a £20 billion tax hike in the autumn to deal with the cost of the coronavirus crisis.
Tax hikes of up to £20 billion are being considered by the Treasury to deal with the cost of the coronavirus crisis, it has been reported.
Tech giant Google will “always pay the tax it is required to pay” in the United Kingdom, the company’s UK managing director has said.
Donald Trump’s lawyers have filed fresh arguments to try to block or severely limit a criminal subpoena for his tax records, calling it harassment of the president.
Rishi Sunak has agreed to protect Scots troops from “SNP tax hikes” on a permanent basis.
The tax gap – the difference between what should be paid in theory and the amount actually received – has narrowed to the lowest rate on record, according to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
The Chancellor has scrapped plans for workers to pay tax on coronavirus tests funded by their employers, a move that would have particularly affected frontline workers.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak has been asked to look into new rules that could see employees, especially those in the healthcare sectors, hit with an extra tax bill for the coronavirus tests they take.
Pub owners have called for greater tax reductions to help their businesses survive as many resume trading for the first time since lockdown.
The boss of an Aberdeen taxi firm helped keep care home residents’ spirits up with a giant order of 50 fish suppers.
Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg is to offer public support for international tax reform which would see tech giants pay more tax in Europe.
Actor and screenwriter Simon Pegg has called for the wealthiest in society to pay more tax.
Passengers jetting off from AIA are forced to pay air passenger duty (APD) when they book their flights. It ranges from £13 for a short-haul economy flight up to £468 for business class on a long-haul flight.
Jeremy Corbyn has vowed to close the “tax tricks” used by giant corporations to partially fund a pledge to deliver free full-fibre internet to all by making broadband a public service.
Candice Brown has called on the Government to protect the “lifeline” of local pubs by cutting “astronomical” levels of beer tax.
France’s lower house of parliament has approved a pioneering tax on internet giants such as Google, Amazon and Facebook.
North-east residents have been hit with tax bills of up to £600,000 each, sparking fears of bankruptcy.
TV presenter Lorraine Kelly has won a £1.2 million battle with HMRC after a tax tribunal judge ruled she was not an ITV employee.
A Spanish court investigating Shakira for possibly evading 14.5 million euros in taxes has called on the pop music star to give evidence in mid-June.
The Chancellor is unlikely to spring any nasty surprises on the UK oil and gas industry in next week’s Budget, a tax expert has said.
A gap of more than £500 million between income tax revenue and forecast estimates will not impact the Scottish Budget, the Finance Secretary has said.
The amount, which includes outstanding council tax, business rates and housing benefit overpayments, has been revealed in a new report.
An Aberdeen MSP has appealed for firms removing combustible cladding from their buildings in the wake of the Grenfell Tower fire to receive a VAT exemption for the work.
The Rev Richard Coles has hit out at the BBC over its tax arrangements.
A tax dodger has been sentenced after more than 60,000 illicit cigarettes were discovered at a property in the city.
A local authority is set to be £3 million over budget by April – and says a lack of council tax payments is partly to blame.
Tech giant Apple moved offshore funds to the Channel Islands after a crackdown on tax laws in Ireland, according to reports.
Closing a tax office employing more than 100 people will help save £300 million of taxpayers’ cash up to 2025 – and more after that – a minister has said.
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