Tax - Fairness in justice

Fairness in justice is written by Monty Jivrav, a consultant at the commercial law firm Jeffery Green Russell. Monty has more than four years’ litigation experience and seven years in commerce, during which he has dealt with HMRC on a wide variety of indirect and direct tax issues. This understanding of how HMRC's policies affect UK businesses helps him to prepare and litigate claims against HMRC.

His extensive knowledge of domestic and international businesses, compliance work and due diligence procedures, place him in a unique position to assist clients on evidence and strategy. In January 2007 he was one of the few individuals invited to give evidence before a Lords EU subcommittee inquiry into Missing Trader Intra-Community (MTIC) fraud in the UK.

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Jan
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Spain applies a reduced rate to a broader range of goods than provided for under the VAT Directive in the field of pharmaceutical products and medical equipment

May
15
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Right of set off by HMRC of one tax against another tax.

Apr
17

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), is producing simple record keeping mobile apps for small businesses.

Apr
13

 A significant media attention has focused on the upcoming London Mayor Election between Ken Livingstone and Boris Johnson.

Both candidates are putting a strong fight to rule the world's most elegant city of London.

Mar
28
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In a newspaper article published on 28 March 2012, the headlines read in bold saying "Want to avoid pasty tax ? Easy, but cold food, says chancellor (source Metro page 4, 28 March 2012).

Mar
28

Victory by electrical retailer could set a precedent in helping mobile dealers reclaim tax from HMRC

Mar
26

News that high street bakers Greggs are threatening legal action over which 'hot' foods will be liable for VAT under the rules set out in the Budget last Tuesday prompt the following questions:

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