Court of Appeal
HMRC has invited charities to put in claims for overpaid stamp
Airport operator BAA lost an appeal against HMRC, after the Court of Appeal ruled that £6.7m of VAT incurred on professional fees could not be reclaimed.
Travel agents are likely to face increased tax bills on their commission after HMRC won a Cou
Companies outside the EU will find it easier to claim tax relief on UK subsidiaries following a recent Court of Appeal ruling.
In its recent decision in Schofield v HMRC  EWCA Civ 927 the Court of Appeal quashed a tax avoidance strat
Management consultancy PA is seeking leave to appeal after losing an appeal court decision millions of pounds of bonus payments made to employees as dividends rather than employment income.
The Court of Appeal has backed the taxman in a ruling that Axa Denplan’s payment system for a dental care scheme was ‘debt collection’ and should therefore be subject to VAT.