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VAT update - February 2018

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Bilta: litigation privilege attaches to documents created during internal investigation into VAT claim

Topic: Tax Take 16.02.2018 Read more
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Corporate tax update

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Customs and excise quarterly update, February 2018

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Cannon: Tax barrister not careless in relying on advice received from his accountant

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English Holdings - UT allows set-off of corporation tax loss against general income

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Tax update - February 2018

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Beneficial House – Tribunal orders HMRC to issue closure notices in tax avoidance case

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Published by Alexis Armitage, Associate

Beneficial House; Stanley Dock; Chancery (UK) LLP, Valhalla Private Client Services LLP; Business Premises Renovation Allowance; BPRA; Disclosure of Tax Avoidance Scheme rules; DOTAS; Tax on restoration of hotel; HMRC closure notices; closure notices; Tribunal orders HMRC to issue closure notices; application for a closure notice; section 28 TMA..

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VAT Update - January 2018

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Cooke: Tribunal allows taxpayer's discovery assessment appeal

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Published by Constantine Christofi, Associate

In Cooke v HMRC [2017] UKFTT 844 (TC), the First-tier Tribunal (FTT) has allowed an appeal against a discovery assessment issued by HMRC pursuant to section 29, Taxes Management Act 1970 (TMA). The FTT found that the 'hypothetical officer' could have been reasonably expected to be aware that certain claims in the taxpayer's return were excessive.

18.01.2018 Read more