TaxPersonal TaxRichard & Judy case ‘a tax code issue’

Richard & Judy case 'a tax code issue'

Sources suggest case dates back ten years, and concerns an issue over tax coding

Richard & Judy’s tax case with HM Revenue & Customs relates to a tax
code issue dating back ten years, a source close to the couple has said.

Accountancy Age revealed on Thursday that the celebrity couple were
engaged in a battle with the taxman, though it is not known precisely what the
case revolves around or how much is at stake.

A source described as close to the couple told the Daily Mirror
this week: ‘It’s nothing to do with tax evasion or property. It relates to
matters of eight to ten years ago over tax coding.’

The case is thought to be with the Special Commissioners at present, and a
verdict due soon.

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