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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

Littlewoods shopping online

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

Banks fight HMRC over £200m bonuses bill

Tax tribunal to hear Deutsche Bank and UBS cases in February 2012

05 Dec 2011

Asperger ruling highlights abundant HMRC service problems

A PAYE penalty appeal has shown issues with cuts to regional offices, online filing and inconsistent tribunal rulings

18 Nov 2011

PAYE penalty reforms 'too little, too late'

Advisors say automatic notices for late PAYE reforms should be introduced before next year

18 Nov 2011

HMRC refused leave to appeal insurance avoidance scheme

Supreme Court prevents taxman appealing "unattractive" Mayes decision

16 Nov 2011

Court to rule on Alex Ferguson film scheme

Manchester United manager awaits the outcome of tax tribunal over film investment scheme

07 Nov 2011

HMRC arrested advisor on day of client's tribunal

Advisor was arrested as he was to give evidence in £27m tax case, it has emerged

01 Nov 2011

Gaines-Cooper loses Supreme Court hearing

The highest court upholds previous decisions that Gaines-Cooper is, for tax purposes, a UK resident

19 Oct 2011

M&S wins latest loss relief battle

Lord justices find in favour of high street chain in long-running loss relief saga

18 Oct 2011

Innocent's loss after tribunal ruling

Drinks company forced to pay costs following beverage report

18 Oct 2011

HMRC continues criticised penalty practices

Taxpayers still receiving penalty notices after they have already accumulated

17 Oct 2011

Aberdeen Asset Management revisits £8m tax battle

Fund manager takes tax battle to appeal court

17 Oct 2011

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