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Tax on test: do Britons pay more than most?

Tax on test: do Britons pay more than most?
By Patrick CollinsonWe examine how the average burden on British people earning £25,000, £40,000 and £100,000 compares with taxes paid by similar earners in Europe, Australia and the USLabour’s plan to tax incomes over £80,000 more heavily is a “massive tax ...

HMRC wins £3.1m dispute over tax software

HMRC wins £3.1m dispute over tax software
By: Vanessa Houlder Users cannot rely on calculations that use tax authority’s algorithms, judge rules A taxpayer has lost a £3.1m dispute after a judge said that HM Revenue & Customs could challenge tax calculations that relied on its own algorithms.The ...

Messi's Spanish jail sentence for tax fraud to stand

Messi's Spanish jail sentence for tax fraud to stand
A 21-month jail term handed down last year to Barcelona and Argentina footballer Lionel Messi has been confirmed by Spain's Supreme Court, but he is unlikely to go to prison. Messi and his father Jorge, who manages his finances, were both convicted in 2016 of...

Brussels sets rules for Brexit regulatory agencies fight

Brussels sets rules for Brexit regulatory agencies fight
By: Alex Barker and Paul McClean July deadline for bids for medicines and banking bodies ahead of October vote Brussels has issued its criteria for deciding the post-Brexit home of two London-based EU agencies, setting the stage for a five-month battle ...

The case for higher US taxes

The case for higher US taxes
by: Rana ForooharThe biggest growth surge in recent memory happened against a backdrop of rising tax ratesRana ForooharAmericans grouse about taxes. But only 8 per cent of them are bothered by what they themselves pay; 67 per cent feel that someone else ...

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