Industry voiceTax is currently under the spotlight, with the recent Budget 2014 and tax year-end. Although the existing government's strategy to continue reducing corporation tax means that many companies will now pay the 20% rate, there are other ways to cut the company tax bill even further.
Starting from 2015 a change to tax laws would push the price of apps, music and other downloads and "e-services" higher.
New UK laws mean downloads will soon be taxed more highly, and it's likely that customers will be footing the bill.
Facebook paid zero corporation tax in the UK last year despite generating an estimated £223m in UK-generated income
Google is under fire again after paying just £11.6m in corporation tax. Did it wriggle out of another £150m?
HMRC will hunt the everyman down for their last penny, so why isn't the taxman investigating Google?
Gary MarshallAs MPs grill Google and analyse Amazon, it's clear that something is terribly wrong with the way tech firms are able to operate.
Google bosses have been summoned back to Westminster to answer questions about their questionable tax arrangements.
Google says that it's fine for it to pay only £6m in UK tax per year because it "empowers literally billions of pounds of start-ups".