IT consultant banned for eight years after failing to ensure his firm paid the right tax over three years
Fiaz Razzak Malik disqualified from being director for 13 years
HMRC claims former Enta Group company Changtel owes £15.5m in VAT assessments over export transactions that never 'took place'
UK, German, Spanish and Italian sales to be recorded in each country
KPMG survey among UK businesses reveals some are considering cutting the number of countries they sell to as price hike warnings are issued
European Commission opens investigation into Apple's offshore tax havens in Ireland
Accountant firm confirms upcoming issues around 'place of supply' in VAT calculations
Kendra Hann comments on the upcoming changes to VAT accounting announced yesterday
B2C suppliers of certain services to gain from one-country VAT registration
Jelle Wijndelts says there are wider benefits to managing software assets correctly
The laws have changed on self-employment and this may affect many IT contractors, notes Ben Dunn
Our roundup of industry and business leader responses to Budget 2014
Some help for businesses, manufacturers and exporters, but are the longer-term benefits there?
More options should be made available to enable companies to manage VAT
Business lobby group finds 12 days are lost annually to doing taxes
But vendor paints rosier picture of global net income and demand
Chris Gonsalves notes industry displeasure at the news that many IT services previously exempt will now have sales tax applied in one US state.
Minimising taxation yet staying on the right side of the moral and legal aspects has become an inflammatory issue for business. Darren Baguley investigates
Channel players not impressed by calls to rebalance tax burden towards online-only operators
Only £579m shaved off an estimated £10bn in outstanding VAT so far, suggests HMRC
London reseller becomes latest to suffer after inclusion in a missing-trader supply chain
Nigel Cannings points out that the financial services sector upheaval offers ongoing channel opportunity
Corporate tax dodgers - something that really gets my goat. Even more than rail companies.
Tim Kay says the Budget today moves emphasis to higher-growth businesses, instead of encouraging start-ups