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Tax was due on UKIP donations

Tax was due on UKIP donations

This was a case in which arch brexiteer Arron Banks sought to use the European convention on human rights to argue that Inheritance Tax (IHT) charged on gifts he made to the UK Independence Party (UKIP) amounted to a breach of his human rights. Gifts or donations made...
Sue the Taxman? Yes you can!

Sue the Taxman? Yes you can!

The Court of Appeal has found that HM Revenue and Customs do owe a duty of care to a taxpayer if it makes mistakes and as a consequence, the taxpayer can sue HMRC for damages. Neil Martin v HMRC – The Background Neil Martin, a builder, suffered severe business...
HMRC Wins Barrister Battle

HMRC Wins Barrister Battle

The long running case of Romie Tager, barrister and QC, finally reached a conclusion in the Court of Appeal last month and highlights that there is a clear distinction to be drawn between the most spectacular levels of neglectful non-compliance and the murky world of...