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12 results for: tax disputes
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It comes as no surprise that the Spring Statement 2022 is focused on the cost of living crisis exacerbated by the war in Ukraine. As well...
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A year ago we wrote about the Court of Appeal’s decision in Revenue and Customs Commissioners v Development Securities plc and others...
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In most circumstances, a decision issued by HMRC may be appealed to the First-tier Tax Tribunal or, if the dispute raises public law...
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The Times has recently reported that the Government is seeking to limit the power of the courts to overrule decisions made by ministers...
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The recent Upper Tribunal (UT) case of Dunsby v HMRC [2021] UKUT 0289 (TCC) has raised again the issues that parties face when appealing...
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In episode 3 of our policy in practice podcast David Gauke and Gideon Sanitt chat with Jonathan Pratt about the Government's proposals...
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15 months ago, we wrote about HMRC’s announced plans to start recovery action of overpaid grants under the Coronavirus Job Retention...
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The government has recently consulted on proposals to reform the test for permission to appeal from the Upper Tribunal to the Court of...
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In Test Claimants in the Franked Investment Income Group Litigation v HMRC [2020] UKSC 47 (FII) the Supreme Court has redefined the...
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On 25 June, HMRC published a revised policy on dealing with applications to use the alternative dispute resolution (ADR) service to...
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The headline “HMRC suspends some tax investigations due to pandemic” in this morning’s Financial Times might suggest that HMRC has...
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Reid and Emblin v HMRC involves an interesting grab bag of “hot topics” in tax litigation. The case arises out of challenges to...