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Exclusive: Some shell companies sidestep new UK transparency rules

Exclusive: Some shell companies sidestep new UK transparency rules
By Tom Bergin | LONDON Some UK shell companies under offshore control may be skirting new rules which were designed to clamp down on corruption and tax evasion by forcing businesses to reveal their true owners, a Reuters analysis of corporate filings shows....

EU AML compliance needs data and collaboration

EU AML compliance needs data and collaboration
IN-DEPTH 15 AUGUST 2016 By Gambling Insider There’s a smarter way to comply with the regulation says Andrew Davies, VP of Global Market Strategy, Financial Crime Risk Management, Fiserv The popularity of online gaming has increased rapidly in the...

Agent wins case after HMRC fails to answer the phone

Agent wins case after HMRC fails to answer the phone
By Nick Huber Freelance journalist A business has won an appeal against a fine for late payment of VAT because its tax agent was unable to talk to HMRC on the phone to request more time. The agent of McNamara Joinery telephoned HMRC on 5 February, two days ...

Tim Cook addresses Apple's US taxes, says no repatriation without 'fair rate

Tim Cook addresses Apple's US taxes, says no repatriation without 'fair rate
By Javier E. David | @TeflonGeek  Apple CEO Tim Cook struck back at critics of the iPhone maker's strategy to avoid paying U.S. taxes, telling The Washington Post in a wide ranging interview that the company would not bring that money back from ...

HMRC takes £50m in credit card fees on tax payments

HMRC takes £50m in credit card fees on tax payments
By  Olivia Rudgard MRC has charged taxpayers £50m to pay their taxes by credit card over the past five years, figures collected by Telegraph Money show. The statistics, which were obtained from a Freedom of Information request, show ...

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