Tax planning and the new rules on disclosure of tax avoidance schemes. By Nichola Ross Martin
Everyman may well be entitled, if he can, to order his affairs so that the tax attaching under the appropriate acts is less than it would otherwise be (per Lord Tomlin ' IRC v. Duke of Westminster  19 TL 496).
However, there is ordering one's affairs and ordering one's affairs. Do you appreciate the subtle difference between the two? I thought not!