In a case involving plant embedded in a commercial building, HMRC tried to apply the new capital allowances rules to a transaction which pre-dated their int
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Julie Cameron discusses how the Rupert Grint case provides an important reminder of the care needed when making in a change of accounting date.Poor
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FSB: It’s right to review what could ruin the self-employed, ‘retrospective’ or not.
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As we approach the go-live date for MTD for VAT, there has been an acceleration in new or revised HMRC guidance and procedures – three developments h
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Drawing on his insights as an amateur football referee and tax lecturer, Mike T
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In Shaw v HMRC  UKFTT 0381 (TC), the First-tier Tribunal (FTT) has cancelled late filing penalties because HMRC had not satisfied the statutory requirements of section 8(1), Taxes Management Act 1970 (TMA) as a notice to file had not been validly served on the appellant.
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