HMRC and the Advertising Standards Agency (ASA) have launched a joint initiative to control the use of misleading advertising which may tempt individuals into using a tax avoidance scheme. Keep reading to find out more.
Mini umbrella company’s (MUC) are the latest type of tax avoidance schemes to target the temporary labour market. MUC’s, like other avoidance schemes, reduce the amount of tax you pay to HMRC and can pose a severe financial risk to anyone engaging with them.
On the 26th November, HMRC published a report entitled: Use of marketed tax avoidance schemes in the UK. The report discusses how the UK has seen a significant shift in the way promoters of tax avoidance schemes are targeting individuals, and the steps the government are taking to tackle tax avoidance.