I mean it. It’s 6 April. It’s the start of a new tax year. And tax is a good thing. So why not say ‘Happy new tax year’? The obvious response is that no one enjoys paying tax. But I am not sure that’s true. No one actually enjoys paying for anything. Just ask them.
May 5, 2016 Filing into the cavernous, purpose-built Gogarburn centre just outside of Edinburgh, it’s hard not to marvel at the arrogance of the RBS bank and its top management in the years that led to the crisis. The bank proved horrendously overexposed when the crisis hit, yet Fred “The Shred” Goodwin and his clique
Richard Murphy explains why tax justice is essential for economic reform to take place
Richard Murphy’s submission to Parliament on how the activity of HM Revenue and Customs could be improved.
Richard Murphy, author of the Joy of Tax and the Tax research UK blog, picks at the bones of the recent Anti-Corruption Summit held in London.