HMRC tax move killing off Qrop transfers

When the 25 per cent tax charge for Qrops transfers was introduced in the March 2017 Budget, the government published figures suggesting that the charges would raise £65m for the Exchequer in 2017 to 2018.


Where in the World Is Denmark’s $2 Billion?

This outpost of SKAT, as the I.R.S. in Denmark is known, seems an improbable setting for what the authorities call one of the great financial crimes in the country’s history.


HMRC wins capital gains tax battle

Private residence relief exempts a taxpayer from capital gains tax if they sell a property which has been their main residency for the time in which it was owned.


'Game over': Macquarie's German tax scandal

Even with such a return, there had been a detailed approval process of convincing the Macquarie Bank board and its chief executive Nicholas Moore that the deal was worth the risks.