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Court Disputes in HMRC Increase by 43 Percent

As the taxpayers and contractors refused to bow down to the pressure from the “more aggressive” HMRC, it has resulted in a 40 percent increase in the number of First-tier Tribunal cases (FTT). In the 2017/18 season, there were 7,377 cases at the First-tier Tribunal, a...

Government Offers Response on the IR35 Consultation

The government has offered a partial response to those parties who gave an answer on the consultation about the outlined framework. This response came after the government used the debate of an MP on the proposed reform on the controversial IR35. John Glen MP, the...

HMRC and MPs Fight Over the Suicide Controversy

The tax officials are currently at loggerheads with the MPs after they accused that the Loan Charge All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) did not pass the correct information to the HMRC regarding the suicidal taxpayers. The MPs on other hand have rejected these claims...

How HMRC Came Up With The Loan Charge

By April 2019, 50,000 taxpayers will have to deal with the Loan Charge who previously failed to process payments for tax on loans as they are now relabelled as earned income. Two decades ago in 1999, the Chancellor Gordon Brown came up with a plan to manage the loss...

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