jailed for tax fraud (Opens new window)
West Midlands plumber David Williams, 53, was today jailed for 12 months for evading £91,000 of income tax and national insurance during 10 years of trading as a self-employed plumber.
sellers offered Twitter tax Q&A (Opens new window)
People trading on the internet who haven't paid all the tax they owe are being invited to take part in an online Twitter question and answer session by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC).
VAT stealing butcher gets the chop (Opens new window)
A butcher who stole £3.3m from the taxman to lead a luxury lifestyle after his business collapsed has been jailed today following an investigation by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC).
sellers offered chance to settle tax bills (Opens new window)
People trading on the internet who haven't paid all the tax they owe have been offered the opportunity to come forward and pay up under an HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) campaign.
arrested in multi-million pound tax frauds investigation (Opens new window)
13 men and one woman have been arrested following early morning operations in Northern Ireland and England by HMRC investigating a suspected £15 million money laundering, income tax and VAT fraud linked to the construction industry.
crime team to tackle organised tax fraud (Opens new window)
A new cyber crime team to tackle tax fraud by organised criminals more proactively was launched today by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).