Tags: income tax
1.8 million couples benefitting from extra tax relief
Nearly 1.8 million married couples and those in civil partnerships are using Marriage Allowance to save up to £252 a year in Income Tax, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has announced.
800,000 tax relief claims for working from home
Since April, almost 800,000 employees who have been working from home during the pandemic, have already claimed tax relief on household related costs, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has revealed.
Former BHS boss guilty of tax evasion
Dominic Chappell, who bought BHS for £1 in 2015, has been found guilty of evading tax of £584,000. He has been jailed for six years.
Racing driver jailed for tax fraud
A Hemel Hempstead company director, who funded his hobby racing high-powered sports cars in races across Europe through a £450,000 tax scam, has been jailed.
Jail sentence dished out to Indian restaurant owner
The owner of Indian restaurants across Dorset has been jailed for a £200,000 tax fraud after an investigation by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
Tax stealing duo jailed
A pair of company bosses, who spun a web of lies so they could steal more than £360,000 through various tax frauds, have been jailed.
Payback time for security company director
A Gloucester security services company director, who was jailed for stealing almost half a million pounds in tax, must pay back £67,424 or face another two years in jail and still owe the money.
Low tax gap results in £71 billion for UK public services
The tax gap for 2016/17 is 5.7%, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) confirmed today.
Bumper sum due as mechanic is told to pay £208,000 confiscation order
An East Kilbride mechanic, who was jailed for a £208,000 tax and National Insurance fraud, has been told to pay up.
Security company director under lock and key
The director of a Gloucester security services company, who stole almost half a million pounds in tax, has been jailed for three years after an investigation by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
Wheels come off mechanic’s tax fraud
An East Kilbride mechanic, who failed to pay almost £210,000 of tax and National Insurance due on self-employed earnings, has been jailed for 18 months after he was investigated by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
Payback time for Scottish fraudsters
A former company director and his ex-wife, who were jailed in March 2017 for a total of six years and nine months for tax fraud, have been ordered to pay back £154,900.
Payback time for Dorset tax fraudster
A Christchurch builder, who evaded more than £128,000 in tax, has been ordered to repay criminal profits of £141,453 within three months, or remain in prison for a further 18 months and still owe the money.
Tax fiddler on the roof jailed
A self-employed Kent roofer, who stole £88,000 through VAT fraud and evaded more than £14,000 in Income Tax, has been jailed for 20 months after he was investigated by HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).
Male stripping bosses’ tax and benefit crimes laid bare
The founder of a well-known male stripping troupe has been jailed, alongside an associate, after the pair admitted a series of tax and benefit frauds of more than £350,000.
Payback time for TV advert tax fraudster
A double-glazing salesman and TV advert celebrity from Burnley, who was sentenced for tax fraud in 2016, has been ordered to repay £50,000 in stolen taxes.
HMRC nails last of 17 construction tax cheats
A Loughborough electrician, who failed to declare his earnings to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) for seven years, has been sentenced as the final defendant in a near £643,000 tax fraud investigation
Bus operator jailed as £1m scam hits the skids
A Luton businessman, who provided bus services for vulnerable people, has been sentenced for a £1 million tax fraud.
IT consultant jailed for tax fraud
An IT consultant who lied about his earnings to avoid paying tax of more than £170,000 has been jailed.