A couple from Salford face a £600,000 tax bill after a tribunal found they were still UK residents despite moving to Portugal more than 10 years ago.
The recent tribunal case of Mr Vaines v HMRC (TC02965) dealt with whether a deduction from trading profits was allowed under the ‘wholly and exclusively’ principles, for an out of court settlement
Property company Harlequin has settled its libel action against accountancy firm Wilkins Kennedy, its former employee Jeremy Newman and the firm’s current partner Martin McDonald.
The First-Tier Tribunal has decided a significant case which will affect many plumbers and heating engineers.
HMRC’s application to appeal a £2.4m VAT refund to mobile phone trading companies Unistar Group and Unistar Trading has been rejected.
A sole trader who was acquitted of manslaughter but convicted of perverting the course of justice has lost an appeal to deduct his legal costs from his tax bill.
Taxpayers who are appealing against daily penalties for late tax returns face delay and uncertainty after HMRC appealed against a recent tribunal ruling.
Deloitte has lost an appeal over a ruling that it failed to manage conflicts of interest in its advice to MG Rover Group and the "Phoenix Four" directors who bough
Controversial new fees for workers filing an employment tribunal case introduced today have been criticised by unionists, employment lawyers and employer groups.
British shipping company P&O has failed in its bid to use a complex international tax avoidance scheme to avoid paying corporation tax.