Two businessmen who were kidnapped by criminal associates of those who carried out a carousel fraud 


A vet has won an appeal against a tax penalty after a tribunal ruled that a sudden deterioration in his accountant's health was a


A Tribunal decision was released late last year which widens the type of situation where HMRC issue estimated assessments, instead of itemising individual errors in relation to particular supplies.

A string of decisions arising from the transition to real time information (RTI) have started to crop up at tribunal with two recent cases going in the taxpayer’s


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


A legal victory for a company car scheme is a rare bit of good news for motorists.


A first tier tax tribunal has upheld the decision to issue a penalty after taxpayer Derek Ross failed to pay his PAYE on time.


The VAT exemption for education extends to the supply of goods and services closely related to the main supply. This is an important issue, and can sometimes cause confusion.

The ICAEW has excluded an accountant from Bour

Bank of Ireland subsidiary Bristol & West (B&W) has lost an upper