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Category Archives: Rule of law
This post is a bit weird, so you should know two things before you read it: I’ve already written this post once but WordPress ate it. It was already weird and probably will only have got more so in the … Continue reading
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
If the current debate on tax avoidance has cleared up one thing it is this: ISAs are not tax avoidance. I don’t think it was ever otherwise but… are they moral? The accusation levelled time and again at businesses “not … Continue reading
I wasn’t going to bother publishing this here, but after today’s Public Accounts Committee session I changed my mind. Margaret Hodge has basically decided to ignore all the evidence provided by Troy Alstead from Starbucks and rely purely on rumours … Continue reading