Tag Archives: HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC)

Tax man in unfair crackdown on landlords

The tax man is cutting corners in a crackdown on landlords and unfairly pursuing those who have properly declared their tax, claims an accountant.

Judges reject home office tax claim

A new ruling by judges could change how landlords claim mileage expenses when travelling between their home and rental properties.

Property tax cheats banned as directors

Property developers who tried to dodge paying £500,000 in corporation tax by placing their firm in liquidation without settling the debt have been banned from acting as directors for four years by The Insolvency Service. Walid Wasfi Wasif Musmar, 38, and Antoni Fields , 53, of Barnet, London, ran Oberon […]

Pay property tax now…or else, warns HMRC

Britain’s first tax amnesty is about to kick off – and the chance marks the last-chance saloon for many landlords who have failed to declare their property profits.

Private landlords evade £550m tax

Private landlords are evading up to £550 million in tax on rents every year, according to official figures.

1,200 ‘tax cheats’ face court over £35 million claim

The tax man is plugging a £35 million tax stamp duty loophole by taking 1,200 alleged tax cheating homebuyers to court.