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A must read NRCGT penalty case where taxpayer won

It gets really good from para 159

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28th Sep 2017 16:31

Well done to the judge for cutting through all the HMRC cr*p.

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By Ruddles
to Justin Bryant
28th Sep 2017 17:01

And, credit where credit's due, well done to Justin for providing some genuinely entertaining reading for once.

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to Ruddles
28th Sep 2017 18:08

Indeed Ruddles.

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By SJRUK
28th Sep 2017 17:02

Wonderful - "nerdview" and "claptrap" !!

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29th Sep 2017 08:58

He has some 'kind' words on MTD in there as well

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By sparish
29th Sep 2017 09:33

Wow! You don't usually get such entertaining reading from a tribunal decision. I wonder if they will appeal?

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29th Sep 2017 12:06

You'd be surprised actually. There are some corkers about :)

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By Akrigg
29th Sep 2017 12:32

Thanks - that's cheered up my Friday lunchtime.

Round of applause for the judge.

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to Akrigg
29th Sep 2017 16:25

Am I correct in thinking that the daily penalties were incorrectly charged because HMRC didn't notify the taxpayer in advance that they intended to impose daily penalties?

If so, do we have a similar issue with ATED penalties?

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29th Sep 2017 17:32

I've not quite gotten to the end (out at a client's this afternoon) but I think Justin has understated 159. I literally laughed out loud.

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26th Oct 2017 14:40

I am glad to see another sensible judge has followed this case (at least in relation to a NRCGT loss), quoting from it with approval. See:

http://financeandtax.decisions.tribunals.gov.uk/judgmentfiles/j10143/TC0...

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to Justin Bryant
26th Oct 2017 15:35

Not as entertaining as McGreevy, but still enjoyable.

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