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HMRC agent talking points meetings
Two HMRC agent talking points digital meetings are scheduled to take place over the coming week... Read More
25 May 2017

Institute for Fiscal Studies manifesto analysis briefing
The Institute for Fiscal Studies has published a comparison of manifesto proposals claiming that neither Conservatives nor Labour are properly spelling out consequences of their policy proposals... Read More
25 May 2017

CIOT reviews the ‘gig economy’ pledges in election manifestos
The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) has published an online blog explaining the ‘gig economy’ and what pledges the various political parties have made around the ‘gig economy’ in their manifestos... Read More
25 May 2017

CIOT comments to HMRC on post election Finance Bill practicalities
The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) has published comments sent to HM Treasury and HMRC setting out an immediate practical concern in relation to the possible retrospective introduction of provisions omitted from Finance Act 2017 in a postelection Finance Bill... Read More
25 May 2017

Case: More daily late filing penalties cancelled because of lack of evidence
In Sudall [2017] TC 05868, the First-tier Tribunal (FTT) allowed a taxpayer’s appeal against daily late filing penalties because of a lack of evidence that HMRC had given notice specifying the date from which the penalties would be payable... Read More
10 May 2015
Case: Penalty cancelled because APN specified two different accelerated payment amounts
In Pitcher [2017] TC 05870, the First-tier Tribunal (FTT) cancelled a penalty charged for the non-payment of an accelerated payment because the accelerated payment notice (APN) specified two different payment amounts... Read More
09 May 2017

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