Wednesday, 13 June 2012

The Independent: "UK Uncut can challenge Goldman Sachs 'sweetheart' tax deal

Link to The Independent

"The anti-tax avoidance group UK Uncut has been given permission to challenge a so-called 'sweetheart' deal agreed between HM Revenue and Customs and Goldman Sachs, which they claim allowed the investment bank to get away with as much as £20-million, which should have been collected by the tax man.

"... The National Audit Office is due to publish a report into HMRC’s dealings with large firms over tax owed tomorrow morning, but the companies involved have not yet been named."

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