tax tribunal

HMRC has defeated another avoidance scheme designed by NT Advisors.


One of the UK’s biggest newspaper publishers has won an appeal against a penalty of about £71,000 for paying its VAT one day late.


A Norwich lapdancing club has lost a legal appeal for some of its services to be exempt from VAT.


Upper tribunal judge Mr Justice Mann has thrown out for the second time an appeal


Reed, one of the UK’s largest employment agencies, faces a potential tax bill of £158m after it lost an


A museum dedicated to the life and work of the late author Roald Dahl has won a partial victory over HMRC in a dispute over VAT.

This week I take a look at the recent case of Ross v HMRC


A dispute over how a famous painting in a stately home should be taxed recently reached the Court of Appeal.


A high court judge has ruled in favour of Littlewoods in a long-running tax dispute with HMRC dating back more than 30 years.


So now we are told by the VAT tribunal that bridge is not a sport, a decision which gives intense joy to hair-splitters everywhere such as they have not experience