In his latest blog Chairman of the ICPA Tony Margaritelli takes a look at things in the accountancy world that make us both want to laugh and cry.
Access to tax justice is set to become a less affordable for ordinary taxpayers if the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) gets its way and imposes fees for taking cases to the tax tribunals.
A recent First-Tier Tribunal raised an interesting point with regard to the rules on Termination Payments under ITEPA 2003, s.401. These rules apply not only to compensation payments made on termi
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HMRC facing monster refund bill
HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has launched a settlement scheme for those in dispute over sideways loss relief schemes.
The case of Pyreos Limited vs HMRC  UKFTT 123 (TC) is significant as it show that when it comes to interpretation of tax law, HMRC guidance is not necessarily the end of the matter.
Earlier this month, three senior judges in Scotland’s Court of Session began to hear HMRC’s latest appeal in the Rangers FC "big tax case".
Accountants are reporting that HMRC is taking over 15 weeks to deal with
Client May VAT return was filed 10 June. Due rebate of £19.5k and this is the first return.
- ICAS: HMRC record checks are “flawed” 241,081 18
- Reasonable Excuse scorecard 2011: Taxpayers 20 HMRC 12 52,922 17
- HMRC helplines begin move to 03 numbers 44,127 19
- HMRC ‘reasonable excuse’ definition under fire 31,109 22
- Struck-off companies dodge £16bn a year 28,214 59