Here's our news quiz to test your knowledge of the week's most thought-provoking, quirkiest and downright bizarre moments on Mortgage Solutions.
The regulation of estate agents is to be transferred from the Office of Fair Trading to Powys Trading Standards following a successful bid for the contract to govern the sector.
Thousands of small business owners could be missing out on substantial tax savings, a figure in the sector has warned.
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The government has launched an advertising campaign targeting taxpayers with money hidden in offshore accounts.
Residential property transactions for 2013 peaked in November at 111,080, the highest number since November 2007, provisional figures from HMRC's Stamp Duty statistics have shown.
A crackdown on employers that set up offshore trusts for top earners has started to pay off, helping HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) more than double its takings from investigations into big companies' payroll tax avoidance last year.
A report has criticised Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) for failing to pursue prosecutions against large corporations.
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A Leeds-based conveyancer and law firm owner has been jailed for stealing from clients and attempting to mislead HMRC.
An on-the-run landlord can expect to spend eight years in prison if caught for a £1.2m tax fraud.
HM Revenue and Customs is giving landlords who have not declared all of their rental income to the taxman a chance to come forward and 'put their tax affairs in order'.
Here's our news quiz, compiled by Julia Rampen, to help you re-live some of this week's most thought-provoking, quirkiest or just downright bizarre moments on Mortgage Solutions. And don't forget to tweet your certificate with hashtag #mortgagesolsquiz or post your score in the Comments section at the end...
Property owners who fail to report profits from the sale of a second home are more likely to face punishment than ever before, HM Revenue and Customs has warned.
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