Airport operator BAA lost an appeal against HMRC, after the Court of Appeal ruled that £6.7m of VAT incurred on professional fees could not be reclaimed.
Allegations of “abuse of process” in tax cases are rare but came up in a recent Upper Tribunal decision, explains John Flood.
Discovering your office has been moved to the basement when you return to work after a career break is probably not a good sign.
A first-tier tribunal ruled that a doctor’s business mileage claims to and from his home office and a private hospital were not wholly and exclusively allowable ex
The epic tribunal case between Atlantic Electronics and HMRC over withheld VAT repayments took another twist in December, when an upper tribunal judge split his decision between the two parties
Former Stringfellows lap dancer Nadine Quashie lost her claim for unfair dismissal after the Court of Appeal found in the nightclub’s favour in December.
Alex Miller looks back at a traumatic year in the world of football and wonders what British clubs will learn from the financial dramas.
A first-tier tribunal ruled that HMRC acted unreasonably by waiting eight months to inform a company it was not going to contest a case about tax relief on sponsorship payment.