Can you rely on advice given by HM Revenue & Customs? James Bailey thinks not, and a recent tax tribunal case illustrates why not.
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Charity Newsletter Autumn 2014 Issue 25
Advice From HMRC And “Legitimate Expectation”
Expenditure Before Letting Starts
James Bailey looks at the tax treatment of expenses incurred by a landlord before they first let a property.
Whistling In The Dark – Compensation And The £30,000 Tax Exemption
There is a tax exemption of up to £30,000 for payments made in connection with the termination of a person’s employment. HMRC will often fight tooth and nail to deny this exemption, and there have been numerous tax cases over the years that have, if anything, made the interpretation of this rule more confusing rather than clarifying the position.
Academy School Newsletter Summer 2014
Autumn 2014 Newsletter
Planning for Non UK Residence – Autumn 2014
Tax and the Amateur Sports Club – Autumn 2014
The Budget 2014
Tax Rates 2014/15
The above information should not be used to make decisions in isolation without consulting a professional adviser.