Public sector borrowing for 2012-13 has fallen 30% on the previous year to £85.1bn. But that's mainly because of the transfer of the Royal Mail pension fund.
Whether you are selling all or part of your business, or disposing of assets like shares or property, it is possible to reduce your CGT bill with a little planning, says Carol Cheesman of Cheesmans Accountants.
Better-than-expected inflation figures have taken the financial markets by surprise, dropping to 2.4% in April. Could the squeeze finally be abating?
The Senate committee has accused tech giant Apple of being 'among America's largest tax avoiders'.
Shareholders have lambasted the chairman and chief exec of JP Morgan, Jamie Dimon, over holding both roles. They say he should be one or t'other.
The Ernst & Young Item Club, which makes economic forecasts using the Treasury's own methods, says inflation has cost the UK £10bn over the last three years alone.
The banking industry's reputation lies in tatters, says leadership expert Michael Jenkins. But can a sector solely devoted to making money ever be truly ethical?
The PM has penned a stiffly-worded letter to 10 overseas British territories demanding that they sign up to international tax treaties. 'Get your house in order!' he wrote.
Cahuzac, a cosmetic surgeon and Frances' budget minister, left a toxic cloud behind him after he resigned over a tax scandal. What did Hollande know and when?
The e-tail giant's UK division paid just £2.4m in corporation tax on sales of £4.3bn last year - a rate of less than 0.1%. And that's despite Amazon receiving £2.5m in government grants...
The governor of the Bank of England, Mervyn King, has decided that he will leave on a positive note, with his final set of quarterly forecasts suggesting things are looking up.