Kahn loses takeaway VAT appeal

Freelance journalist
Share this content
2

An owner of a takeaway food business has lost an appeal against a VAT bill, reports Nick Huber.

Mamunr Rashid Khan - Mr R Kahn t/a Khan Tandoori II, Khan Tandoori (NW) Limited and the commissioners for HMRC (UKUT 224 (TCC) - ran the takeaway business as a sole trader until 2005, when he set up a company, of which he was sole director, to take over the enterprise.

Please Login or Register to read the full article

Replies

Please login or register to join the discussion.

The crystal ball

The Tribunal must have been looking into the same crystal ball as the people who made the assessment!. It is difficult to obtain a reasonable result when "assessed". Too much power by sub standard staff in my case which cost me £10,000.00, totally wrong.

Thanks (0)

Fly on the Wall

Would love to be a fly on the wall sometimes.

I wonder if HMRC considered the Income and corporation tax uplifts with the same figures?

And the directors loan drawn in cash!! could hardly have been a dividend!!

If not why not? as this was potentially the larger sum evaded ???

That will be a resounding "not our department" then?? anybody still wonder why we have a deficit?

Thanks (0)