The tax authority has refuted claims that it miscalculated a demand which was a major factor in the financial collapse of Rangers in 2012.
The taxman collected an extra £9.8 billion through investigations into the UK’s biggest 2,000 companies last year, according to new research.
Bosses at Goals Soccer Centres, the five-a-side football pitch operator, have admitted that the £12 million black hole in their accounts could be far higher.
A Dundee man is among a gang of nine jailed for a total of 16 years and nine months after flooding shops with millions of illegal cigarettes.
The number of people claiming unemployment benefits has fallen for a third consecutive month according to the latest official figures.
A former HMRC worker said she has been to “hell and back”after being wrongly accused of benefit fraud.
Chef Chelsea Duncan reckons the revenue has come up with a recipe for disaster after trying to check her tax details.
Five people have been charged with a £12 million money laundering and VAT fraud operation, tax bosses said today.
The BBC may cover tax costs for presenters left in financial trouble after they were “forced” into new pay arrangements.
More than 200 litres of suspected illegal alcohol has been seized by police in Tayside.
TV presenter Lorraine Kelly has won a £1.2 million battle with HMRC after a tax tribunal judge ruled she was not an ITV employee.
HMRC staff in Dundee at risk of being made redundant when Sidlaw House closes will be offered new jobs at the city’s Social Security Scotland office.
A businessman accused of avoiding paying more than £18,000 in VAT had his case continued.
A restaurant owner has been sentenced after ignoring his accountant and committing a £55,000 tax fraud.
BBC director general Lord Tony Hall has admitted his staff were given no choice but to take employment without sick pay or maternity leave, which left top talent facing massive tax bills.
Harry Potter film star Rupert Grint is challenging a ruling denying him a £1 million tax refund.
The Government has sold off the second portion of its pre-2012 English student loan book for £1.9 billion.
Dundonians have deposited more than £27,000 in savings under the UK Government’s new savings account scheme.
An elderly Dundee woman says she felt “intimidated and threatened” after being targeted by suspected scammers.
A Broughty Ferry man who hid tens of thousands of pounds’ worth of payments from HMRC appeared at Dundee Sheriff Court.