The owner of a Chinese takeaway has partly won an appeal about whether one of his workers was en employee or self-employed.
The number of appeals waiting to be heard by the upper tax tribunal increased by nearly a third last year in what lawyers said reflected HMRC's tougher litigation strategy.
Workers have won an important case at the Employment Appeal Tribunal that overtime should count when calculating holiday pay.
Deloitte’s appeal against an FRC ruling on the collapse of MG Rover has been delayed after a tribunal failed to reach a conclusion last week.
A small children’s playgroup managed by volunteers has lost an appeal against penalties for filing its tax return late.
The founder of Matlan has lost an appeal against a tax bill for tens of millions of pounds.
Sometimes bad economic news can be good news for taxpayers. A judge has ruled that the recession was a reasonable excuse for a family business to not pay a VAT bill on time.
Not being able to speak English and relying on an accountant are not reasonable excuses for late payment of a tax penalty, a tribunal has ruled.
HMRC has applied for permission to appeal against a tax ruling over Rangers Football Club’s use of employee benefit trusts (EBTs).
Greene King has confirmed it will take its long-running fight with HMRC over a £21m tax planning scheme, known as Project Sussex,