A recent tax tribunal judgement upheld “absurd” tax legislation that means an individual can be taxed on payments made to him or herself.
It is now some three years since the Tax Tribunal replaced the general and special commissioners and the VAT and Duties Tribunal.
A veteran IT contractor won a partial victory against HMRC in an unusual split decision over IR35 tax status.
The first-tier tribunal has allowed an appeal in part for an author to claim expenses relating to relocating his boat to southern France against his self-employment income.
The legal cost of challenging decisions by the taxman could fall significantly for businesses after a recent tax tribunal ruling.
A recent tax tribunal involving a model-kit business that wanted to claim roll-over relief for a house, farm buildings and 16 acres of fields underscores the importance of showing that assets a
JD Wetherspoon (JDW) has lost its latest appeal to claim capital allowances for pub refurbishments in a slightly surreal tax tribunal which included detailed discussions about toilet cubicle pa
A recent tax tribunal case about an appeal against late-filing penalties appears to showed “muddled thinking” on the requirements of when to file a tax return, according to Smith & Williams
Rangers Football Club could be facing administration if it loses an appeal against a £49m assessment for liabilities on alleged disguised payments to players and the behind the scenes troubles are
A woman raising two children whose salary fell by half after separating from her alcoholic husband won an appeal against a late tax payment surcharge.