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Can a client’s behaviour hinder a tribunal appeal?

A taxpayer recently found that acting unreasonably towards HMRC or the First-tier Tribunal can prove costly. What cautionary lesson can you pass on to clients who want to go to tribunal without representation? More...


Appeals are getting tougher

Making an appeal to the tax tribunal can be a complicated process, but a string of recent decisions appear to show that you will need to be more careful than ever in respect of time limits. What’s changed and how can you avoid problems? More...


Where does the burden of proof lie?

When dealing with appeals to HMRC, it can often feel like you are in an endless exchange with the officer in question. How does a recent Tribunal case serve as a reminder that it is often worth taking things further? More...


Using case law to help clients

Where your clients have made errors, HMRC will sometimes contend that they were deliberate. How might a recent tribunal case help you save them money? More...
Last updated: 04.08.2020

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