The Reed employment case: part 2

The Reed employment case pt 2

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On August 20, 2012, posted in: Articles by

The Reed employment case: part 1

The Reed employment case pt 1

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On August 20, 2012, posted in: Articles by

Why the Revenue had to stop a managed service company Invistigation

What do you do when your client rings you up and says that she has just received … no ordinary letter from the Revenue & Customs, but one suggesting that she might be running a managed service company? This happened to me last year, and she knew and I knew the implications at once – […]

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On July 9, 2012, posted in: Articles by

Tax avoidance in the public sector

The Government is finding it mighty hard to clamp down on tax avoidance, and frequently appears not to know quite what it needs to do to raise more revenue to replenish its ever-leaking coffers. This is not surprising. One would have thought, though, that it would not be so difficult toprevent some of the more […]

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On July 9, 2012, posted in: Articles by

Tax avoidance in the public sector

The Government is finding it mighty hard to clamp down on tax avoidance, and frequently appears not to know quite what it needs to do to raise more revenue to replenish its ever-leaking coffers. This is not surprising. One would have thought, though, that it would not be so difficult to prevent some of the […]

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On May 20, 2012, posted in: Articles by