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Category Archives: Tax Deductions

Hansard [2018] TC 06522

The First Tier Tribunal judge ordered for the late filing penalties to be substantially reduced. The case was unusually heard in the absence of the taxpayer and his representative but went mostly in their favour. This case demonstrates the fairness … Continue reading

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Free Tax Seminar – Friday 23 Feb 2018 – 6pm

Churchill Tax will be hosting another free tax seminar on Friday 23rd February 2018 at Double Tree Hilton, Holborn, London. The seminar will start at 6pm and finish at around 7:45pm. The following topics will be covered by our speakers: 1-    2017 … Continue reading

First Tier, Upper Tribunal and Court of Appeal Cases

Phipps (trading as Ocean Tilers) [2018] TC 06236 The First-tier Tribunal (FTT) partly allowed a taxpayer???s appeal against late filing penalties, finding that the taxpayer???s reliance on his accountant provided him with a reasonable excuse for the initial failures to … Continue reading

Tax Seminar ??? 22 February 2018

Churchill Tax will be hosting another free tax seminar on 22nd February 2018 at Double Tree Hilton, Holborn, London. The seminar will start at 5pm and finish at around 7:30pm. The following topics will be covered by our speakers: 1-?????? … Continue reading

Paradise Papers ??? Have you used a tax avoidance scheme recently?

There has been plenty of press and media coverage of the Paradise Papers which has brought to limelight the mass usage of tax avoidance schemes rich individuals and companies. The Paradise Papers cover some of the tax avoidance schemes ??that … Continue reading

O???Donnell [2017] ??? Tax Deduction for third party???s legal costs

In this case the vendor was required to pay for the purchasers legal costs as part of the deal to sell a piece of land. HMRC initially disallowed the costs reimbursed by the vendor on the basis that this was … Continue reading