Tax Tribunal

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Bank claims tribunal victory over tax avoidance scheme

UBS could press for a tax refund after a tribunal rules a scheme it used was legitimate

01 Oct 2012

Jim Harra

Tribunal closes down stamp duty avoidance scheme

Tax tribunal closes down scheme designed to avoid stamp duty land tax

20 Sep 2012

Tribunal

VAT reclaims could drag on for years

HMRC is fighting on various fronts as increasing amounts of VAT reclaims go through the courts. Many are predicting the process could last for years

31 Aug 2012

Government could face huge VAT repayment bill

An upper-tier tribunal ruling can see VAT reclaims made dating back to 1973 up to 1997

29 Aug 2012

Taxman should 'hang head in shame' – ICAS tax chief

ICAS tax director Derek Allen lambasts HMRC after a tribunal rules against the taxman in a protracted dispute over David Preece's returns

07 Aug 2012

Taxman "unconscionable" over late tax filing

A tribunal finds the taxman acted unreasonably in fining a taxpayer after a dispute over paper and online tax returns

16 Jul 2012

Alternative dispute resolutions could relieve tribunal strain

Following concerns over the number of tax disputes awaiting tribunal, could alternative dispute resolutions be the answer?

07 Jun 2012

Law firm alarmed at tribunal waiting list

Concerns raised by international law firm over the number of tax disputes awaiting tribunal

06 Jun 2012

Firms welcome extension of ADR services

Firms welcome the introduction of alternative dispute resolutions to relieve the tribunal system

30 May 2012

Supreme Court rules on franked investment income

A group litigation involving British American Tobacco claims victory in the Supreme Court, allowing claimants to pursue the recovery of unlawfully levied taxes

23 May 2012

Actor Tim Healy in landmark HMRC tax appeal

Star of Auf Wiedersehen, Pet!, Tim Healy's tribunal victory proves actors can claim accommodation expenses when working away from home for extended periods of time

10 May 2012

DLA Piper in Royal Mail VAT case against HMRC

DLA Piper is to lodge a lead claim against HMRC for VAT charged on Royal Mail services

08 May 2012

Vodafone draws battle lines with Indian government

Vodafone serves India with a legal claim over planned retrospective tax laws

18 Apr 2012

Retailers hope to bag VAT windfall from European ruling

European Court of Justice ruling on VAT repayments could trigger a multi-billion pound payout for UK businesses

22 Feb 2012

Rangers blame HMRC for their downfall

Rangers FC blame HMRC for future tribunal appeal which has led to its possible collapse

14 Feb 2012

European Court to rule on tax repayment claim limit

EU Court of Justice to rule on how long taxpayers have to reclaim over-paid tax

14 Feb 2012

Employers should learn from Reed salary sacrifice tax case

The failure of the recruitment firm to convince tribunal that temps should be given tax-free allowances for travel should serve as a warning for other employers

25 Jan 2012

Reed loses £158m salary sacrifice tax case

Recruiters fail to convince the tax tribunal that they operated an explicit salary sacrifice scheme

24 Jan 2012

Vodafone wins India tax battle

Vodafone wins Hutchison Essar tax battle against Indian authorities

20 Jan 2012

HMRC accused of delaying tactics by tribunal

Tax tribunal accuses HMRC of deliberate delaying tactics to generate cash fines against small firms

16 Jan 2012

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