HMRC victory in £30m anti-avoidance case

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Robert Lovell
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The Supreme Court has ruled in favour of HMRC in a tax avoidance case worth £30m.

Software firm MCashback was offering investors rights to a loyalty card payment system, where the Tower MCashback 1 and Tower MCashback 2 ventures were used as part of an avoidance scheme.

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