Monthly Archives: April 2013
I feel I ought to be outraged about the Public Account Committee’s report on the role of the Big 4 accountancy firms in tax avoidance. For some reason I’m not. I think it’s just the inevitability of the outcome. The … Continue reading
I had a bit of a read of the GAAR guidance yesterday and I was relatively unsurprised with what was in there. It seems straightforward to me, but there are a few areas of concern. The first is the attempt … Continue reading
No. Of course it isn’t. It is never moral to celebrate somebody’s death. Ever. It might be understandable, and it might be forgivable in certain circumstances, but it is never moral. The Big Question? I think not.