TaxCorporate TaxNotts County faces second winding-up order

Notts County faces second winding-up order

Taxman chases more unpaid funds from League Two club

Notts County Football Club has had a second winding up petition issued
against it by the taxman.

Having paid a £400,000 tax bill just two months earlier, the club’s chairman
Peter Trembling told the BBC that the bill would be paid within a fortnight.

However, the winding up order will see it banned from undertaking transfer
business during the January window.

Further reading:

Spurs
manager faces tax charges

Stockport
County administrators defend fees

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