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Taxpayers failed in their bid to overturn retrospective legislation against stamp duty avoidance. 

A self-employed barrister has overturned a £100 penalty issued by HMRC for failing to submit an online VAT return on the grounds that an earlier requirement to read HMRC’s terms and conditions rele


A taxpayer had a reasonable excuse for late payment of capital gains tax because she relied on her

Two film partnerships have lost an appeal to claim tax relief on their losses after the upper tribunal ruled that they were not run for commercial purposes.


Taxpayers have a one in four chance of successfully appealing an HMRC decision at tribunal, according to government figures.


Wolters Kluwer has put out a release on tax tribunals, revealing that 75% of


HMRC has lost an appeal against a tax planning scheme used by companies who paid bonuses as shares via subsidiaries.

HMRC won an appeal against a barring order in a VAT dispute with professional training company BPP over the supply of education books, but was criticised by the upper tier tribunal for failing


HMRC have released a list of the 10 worst excuses for missing the 31 January tax return deadline, however there are a number of cases where HMRC’s limited definition for what constitutes a reasonab

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.