The first tier tribunal (FTT) has dismissed another tax avoidance scheme sold by NT Advisors involving participants, including former BBC star Chris Moyles, masque
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A first tier tribunal has ruled that two taxpayers negligently submitted tax returns because of their failure to verify a tax avoidance scheme was a not sham.
A recent First-tier Tribunal case has once again highlighted the dangers of using dividend waivers to reallocate income between shareholders, writes BDO tax
The challenges of proving shares are worthless to claim tax relief and how to decide when company directors are negligent in the eyes of the tax system were discussed by tax experts Giles Moone
A taxpayer who sold land on her Lincolnshire property for £300,000 is entitled to claim principal private residence relief (PPR), a tribunal has ruled.
A beekeeping couple from Cornwall have won the right not to file VAT returns online due to religious reasons at a f
Three appellants supported by the Low Income Tax Reform Group
Accountants whose clients deduct business expenses from their tax bill need to ensure that the expenses are solely for the purpose of trade, two recent tax cases have shown.
British shipping company P&O has failed in its bid to use a complex international tax avoidance scheme to avoid paying corporation tax.