Four tax inspectors pursuing HMRC's most wanted

Labour criticised the government after the Treasury minister, David Gauke, admitted in reply to a parliamentary written question that four employees of HMRC are working to capture 124 tax fugitives.


India, San Marino sign bilateral tax treaty

The agreement is based on international standard of transparency and exchange of information and provides for exchange of information that is relevant to the administration and enforcement of the domestic tax laws.


Deutsche Bank tax probe may be fault of IBM

Deutsche Bank's failure to turn over e-mails in a tax probe that led to the arrest last year of five employees may have been caused by errors at International Business Machines, which managed the bank’s data storage.


HMRC raises £20.7bn from tax avoidance clampdown

The accountancy group said the taxman had beaten its revenue target for avoidance work by £2 billion, with the £20.7 billion figure up 11% on the £18.6 billion it had made in 2011/12.


Putin Calls For Several Tax Changes

Russia needs to address the problem of illicit capital outflow and tax evasion, and more effort needs to be put into supporting economic growth in the Far East, according to the President Vladimir Putin.


Barclays' response to ActionAid campaign

Barclays shares ActionAid’s belief that companies and individuals should pay the right amount of tax in the countries in which they generate revenue.