Multiple Dwellings – The Current Environment We are experiencing many enquiries from individuals and businesses seeking to make claims and recover a repayment from HMRC in relation to multiple dwelling 
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HMRC Launch Review of the Controversial Private Sector IR35 Proposals The government has announced a review of the implementation of the controversial private sector IR35 provisions. The review will look at the 
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HMRC & the Unsustainable Appeals – Freedom of Information Request Within the last two months, we have had considerable success in relation to a number of appeals we have made 
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Tax can be Taxing – Stress, Suicide & April Loan Charge Working in tax, my colleagues and I know all too well about the disguised remuneration loan charge, indeed, we 
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Terrifying Taxpayers, Escalating Stress, Factoring in Fear..? As I write, we’re less than seven weeks away from Hallowe’en, the seemingly most scary night on the calendar. Fancy dress shops are 
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Google, Amazon, Blizzard. Are criticisms of the tech giants records… unfair? One of the curious by-products of our increasingly digitised world is the degree to which many people seemingly wish 
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Botox, Beauty Treatments, Cosmetics, Healthcare & VAT… The FTT & HMRC We live in an age when we’re bombarded with images of toned physiques and blemish-free complexions everywhere that we 
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Draft Finance Bill 2019/20 – Tax Help & Advice Amidst Brexit uncertainty and the Conservative Party leadership contest, the Government has published draft clauses for Finance bill 2019/20. Key measures 
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Stamp duty land tax: anti-avoidance rule may apply even in commercial transactions The First-Tier Tribunal decision in Hannover Leasing v HMRC published in May 2019 is the first substantive stamp 
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Lessons Learned from The Haworth Case – Are too many Follower Notices Going Unnoticed? HMRC and their powers have been the subject of recent criticism – most notably by the 
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