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.
A Highland rugby club is facing one of its toughest matches off the pitch, after the taxman appealed against the decision to quash a massive VAT bill.
More than 5,000 suspected illicit cigarettes and 3.5kg of tobacco have been seized during raids in Buchan.
A Highland MP is seeking a meeting with the Chancellor over proposed job losses at Inverness's tax office.
The "Highland League family" was rallying to save a Speyside club from the brink of liquidation last night.
A Highland golf club has lost part of a legal battle to reclaim thousands of pounds of tax.
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An 18% fall in corporation tax revenues from North Sea oil and gas last year triggered a new row over Scottish independence yesterday.
Scotland's two biggest confectionery companies have won a £3 million battle with the taxman to prove that snowballs are cakes.
A big jump in sales to Belgium helped drive the value of Scottish exports to a record £20.4billion in the year to March 31, new figures from HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) show.