A recent ruling by a tax tribunal that extended the “cultural” VAT exemption to cover admission fees from cinema screenings could help charities raise money, an accounting firm said.
A small children’s playgroup managed by volunteers has lost an appeal against penalties for filing its tax return late.
The founder of Matlan has lost an appeal against a tax bill for tens of millions of pounds.
Sometimes bad economic news can be good news for taxpayers. A judge has ruled that the recession was a reasonable excuse for a family business to not pay a VAT bill on time.
A tax avoidance scheme that abused tax relief for research into life-saving vaccines to claim back £77m in tax, has been rejected again by a tribunal.
Not being able to speak English and relying on an accountant are not reasonable excuses for late payment of a tax penalty, a tribunal has ruled.
A man who blamed delays in registering for online self-assessment for paying his tax late has lost an appeal against penalties.
A man with a terminal illness did not have a reasonable excuse for paying his tax late because of h
A self-employed man who didn’t pay national insurance contributions for 17 years wasn’t to blame because of poor advice from his accountant, a tribunal has ruled.
The long tax dispute over Rangers Football Club's use of employee benefit trusts is set to continue after HMRC lost an upper tier tribunal appeal for the payments to players to be taxed as wages.