Accountants say it could be forced to pay "tens of billions" in next few years
Tax returns are set to be replaced by new online tax accounts, but will they be as simple as the Chancellor claims?
Getting your 2015 tax return in on time could save you thousands of pounds in fines and penalties
Our tax snafus may pale in comparison with Gary Barlow's, but it pays to stay on the right side of the revenue
Some celebs will be let off, but law change leaves David Beckham braced for HMRC demand
Government wants to share personal details of taxpayers where there is ‘public benefit’
Paul Johnson and David Phillips of the Institute of Fiscal Studies question Ed Balls's tax pledge
British-based company used complex techniques to pay only £1m corporation tax on £305m profit
Chancellor takes axe to government departments and welfare but promises more roads and houses
Coffee chain makes £5m payment to Revenue in an effort to placate unimpressed customers
Public Accounts Committee says Google should pay 'fair share of tax' to rebuild its 'shattered reputation'
Critics say Dave Hartnett's 'dodgy' move from HMRC to accountancy giants 'takes the biscuit'
Super-rich warned 'if you evade tax, we're coming after you' after data exposed by spy agencies
'If we got £4.5bn in, how much did we not get', asks Margaret Hodge
Crime thriller made to cover gang's tracks starred Loose Women's Andrea McLean
Firms are 'running rings around' the taxman in schemes costing UK £5bn a year
London criminals are turning to stun guns imported via internet for as little as £60
MPs urge more aggressive approach to corporations, while Osborne gives HMRC a cash boost
OPINION DIGEST: Mitchell's police drama, wealth taxes, and money-induced memory loss
If we see Carr on 10 O'Clock Live again the hypocrisy will be insufferable, says one critic