Posted by Tax Innovations on 04 Sep 2012

Tax Avoidance versus Tax Evasion

There has been much public debate on the role of tax advisers recently and on the difference between legal tax avoidance and illegal tax evasion.

It appears that for some the edges around these subjects have become blurred, but please follow the link below for a fact sheet published by Tolley, the well-known tax publication specialists, that provides some useful facts and definitions on the subject.  This seeks to explain the differences and clarify the role of the tax adviser.

http://www.taxjournal.com/tj/files/article-files/Tolley_tax_avoidance_fact_sheet.pdf

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