TaxCorporate TaxCardiff City given more time to settle tax bill

Cardiff City given more time to settle tax bill

Cardiff given 42 days to pay its £1.9m tax bill

Cardiff City has been given more time to settle its outstanding tax bill with
HM Revenue & Customs.

The High Court gave a 42 day adjournment to the club, which has reached the
Championship play-offs, to settle its £1.9m tax bill, reported the
BBC.

HM Revenue & Customs asked for the adjournment, having previously called
on the club to be wound up unless the bill was settled.

Its current chairman Peter Ridsdale is stepping down, with new owners
expected to pour more funds into the club.

Further reading:

Cardiff
City faces third winding-up order

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