Four tax cheats who ran a chain of upmarket Indian restaurants have been sentenced after an £800,000 fraud that saw them pocket staff tips and hide sales.
Simply Be owner N Brown has warned that its costs will be higher in the coming years after a “disappointing” ruling in its long-running dispute with the taxman.
An SNP MP said she was “astonished” to discover she has been classed as an English taxpayer, despite living in Scotland.
An unavoidable part of modern life is spending long periods of time on hold while on the phone – but what do you to do keep yourself occupied?
Estate agents have a “moral” obligation to report suspicions about potential money laundering, the Government has said.
Scotch Whisky exports rose to almost £2 billion in the first half of the year.
News site Unilad has said a tax “situation” is being resolved.
A celebrity bodyguard was jailed for four years yesterday after being convicted of swindling the taxman of £419,000.
Concerns were raised about tax changes in Scotland yesterday after it emerged that income tax receipts were £550million lower than forecast in 2016/17.
Tax avoiders face being shunned for honours such as knighthoods as authorities clamp down on rewarding those with “poor” financial behaviour.
Police in Oban are sending out a warning after an elderly woman and other members of the public were duped by an iTunes gift card scam.
A gambling addict who worked as a police administrative assistant was jailed for eight months after falsifying her joiner husband’s VAT returns to gain £70,000 from HMRC.
Police charge man after finding a container filled with more than £1m worth of suspected illicit cigarettes
A 58-year-old man has been charged after an estimated 3.6 million suspected illicit cigarettes were seized by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
The global appetite for British cheese is growing with the value of exports up 23% last year to £615 million.
A directors’ bonuses tax loophole that deprived the public purse of £55million has been successfully closed by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
BBC presenters being hit with tax demands are urging the corporation to help foot their HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) bills.
An Aberdeen man has been spared jail after police discovered 65,000 illegally imported cigarettes in his parents’ garage.
A former local authority admin assistant was warned she faces jail after she falsified VAT returns to gain £70,000 from HMRC.
A Highland businessman overcharged a client by £18,500 after including VAT on his invoices when his business was not registered for the tax.
The shocked family of a Moray woman jailed over a £2.4million tax swindle has revealed that she was living on handouts from relatives.
A fisherman who netted £43,000 of taxpayers’ money by failing to declare his earnings for almost a decade has been jailed.
A Moray businessman swindled more than £27,000 from the taxman during a two-year fraud.
A Moray businessman has vowed to defend his company after the taxman launched a legal bid to have it wound up.
A wholesale potato merchant from Perthshire has been jailed for two-and-a-half years for VAT fraud.
North-east residents have been warned to beware of calls pretending to be HM Revenue and Customs.
A former Royal Deeside restaurateur has been barred from becoming a director of any UK company for eight years for failing to keep adequate financial records.
An Aberdeenshire woman who has been forced to cash in on her private pension after a national insurance bungle is still battling to get her money back - five months on.
Farmers and crofters facing financial difficulty as a result of late subsidy payments are being urged to ask HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) if they can defer their January tax bills.
A Highland MP today called into question the value of a UK Government fuel rebate scheme as it emerged there is no petrol station in one of the areas covered.
Hundreds of jobs could be axed in the north of Scotland amid plans to close a series of tax offices across the country.
Almost 200 jobs are at risk in the north of Scotland after it was confirmed that Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) are to close scores of offices with the loss of jobs.
The latest court judgement over the “Rangers tax case” is expected to be issued today.