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Criminal Finance Act 2017: 12 months on – what does this mean for your agency?

It’s been just over a year since the Criminal Finance Act (CFA) was introduced 30th September 2017, which saw companies become criminally liable for any facilitation of tax evasion and tax avoidance schemes by any persons representing the company, and a recent Tax Journal has proposed that HMRC is ‘chomping at the bit to investigate.’ After…

2019 loan charge

What is the 2019 Loan Charge?

The 2019 Loan Charge is HMRC’s next step in their crackdown on tax avoidance. They aim to recover unpaid taxes they deem to be owed by thousands of contractors who have used a disguised remuneration scheme. HMRC will be looking to collect payment for retrospective taxes from any individual who has used a disguised remuneration…

Criminal Finances Act 2017

New rules regarding tax evasion: Criminal Finances Act 2017

On April 27th, the Criminal Finances Bill received Royal Assent becoming the Criminal Finances Act 2017 and represents a significant development in the UK’s anti-money laundering regime in over a decade as well as the largest expansion of corporate criminal liability since the Bribery Act 2010. From 30th September 2017, companies will be criminally liable…