Tax evasion is a criminal offence: it is not something that individuals, or their advisors, should ever consider or engage in. Is it, however, the same as tax avoidance? The answer is no. So why then do we find ourselves in the position, where previously tax evasion was illegal and tax avoidance the acceptable face of tax planning, of now treating these two opposing actions as the same without informed debate or parliamentary action? The answer it would seem is moral outrage.
There are signs that taxpayers can look for to help them decide whether or not they are being given good tax advice, or sold a tax scheme they would do better to avoid. In summary these points are:
If nothing else, a tax-payer should be aware that using tax-avoidance schemes will mark them out for special attention.
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