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HMRC shown red card in referees’ employment taxes case

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Sick as a Parrott

Former Rangers players and staff paid through an offshore trust have been told they have weeks to approach HMRC over a settlement or face an even larger tax liability.

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Penalty Suspensions

Careless inaccuracies

The recent case of a self-employed locum pharmacist Mr Bharat Patel TC04617: BHARAT PATEL [2015] UKFTT 445 (TC) offers encouragement to those asking HMRC to consider suspending ...

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A long time in the making

Taxpayer wins landmark LLC case

The Supreme Court has allowed the taxpayer's appeal in Anson (formerly Swift) v HMRC, which has been something of a long-running saga.

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When you can have your cake but can't eat it

A number of tax avoidance case decisions have made interesting reading, mainly for the wrong reasons. They all focus on Tax Planning in one form or another, although the arrangements or tax planning ...

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No Tax Reality but a silver lining?

This tax case involves a tax avoidance strategy at its heart, one of the first marketed tax strategies to come before the First Tier Tribunal involving Gilt strips, Andrew Berry v Revenue & Customs ...

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Grays Timber Products Limited vs HMRC

The UK Supreme Court handed down its first unanimous Tax Decision in favour of HMRC in Grays Timber Products Limited v Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs. The case is complex and will be of limited ...

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