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I have started acting for a client who is trustee of a discretionary will trust set up by his father for the benefit of the grandchildren.


Client has owned and operated a public house for many years. It closed last year and now he is converting it to flats to sell.


We have a new client who has had pensions incorrectly processed through the payroll for more than four years.


Rebecca Cave reports on the launch of the Women in Tax group, where a strong all-female panel discussed what makes a tax system ‘fair’, and how to educate the world about tax.    


The First Tier Tribunal heard an Applications Hearing in the case of Pertemps Ltd.  The substantive Appeal concerns the correct tax treatment of Salary Sacrifice Scheme, affecting both Dir

HMRC has won its tax case appeal against Glasgow Rangers after judges ruled that payments made by the football club’s former owners under the Employee Benefit Trusts (EBT) scheme ‘were taxable


An employer didn't collect Student Loan from an employee in the 2011-12 tax year and it was coded out to 2013-14.  Silly question - does HMRC actually have the power to code out student loan?


1) How willing are HMRC to reduce (automatic) penalty of £400 for late P11D?

2) Is it worth arguing with HMRC?