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.
A historic city social club has been saved from financial ruin thanks to last-ditch efforts from its members.
Two men have been arrested over a suspected £12 million VAT fraud, HMRC said today.
The UK Government has been accused of a “devastating betrayal” after nearly 500 HMRC staff in Dundee were told the planned transfer of their jobs to the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has been shelved.
A Dundee HMRC worker who was sacked after being off after a “playful” slap to the knee aggravated an old injury from his time in the forces has failed in a disability discrimination claim.
Hundreds of jobs at Dundee’s HMRC headquarters are under threat, according to a union chief.
BBC presenters being hit with tax demands are urging the corporation to help foot their HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) bills.
A convicted rapist who carried out a series of sex attacks in Dundee is preparing to lodge an appeal against his conviction and sentence.
The victim of a serial sex attacker who was sacked by HMRC weeks after she gave evidence against him has been reinstated.
The victim of a serial sex attacker is taking legal action against the HMRC after she was sacked by the agency weeks after she gave evidence against him.
A Dundee man is accused of a £90,000 tax fraud over five years.
A tax-dodging fisherman has been jailed for evading more than £43,000 in levies.
Thousands of public sector workers in Dundee are set to take action in an attempt to force the UK Government to scrap a cap on their wages.
A series of proposed voluntary redundancies at Dundee’s HMRC offices have been put on hold as a result of a High Court ruling.
A trade union has warned of “huge issues” with HMRC plans to transfer hundreds of jobs in Dundee to the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).
Thousands of Dundonians could lose their tax credits if they miss the deadline for renewing them.