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A worried man

07 June 2011
Issue: 4307 / Categories: Forum & Feedback , Employees , Income Tax
'Dr Wald should appeal as a point of principle'

I wholeheartedly agree with the comments made by Robert Maas and Robin Summers in A worried man and hope even for £264 that permission to appeal will be requested.

I have had a case where the error by the First-tier Tribunal was so clear that when requesting permission to appeal a different judge at the tribunal declared that the original decision should not stand thereby obviating the need for the case to be heard by the Upper Tribunal.

What struck me as remarkable was that an overseas professional receiving relocation expenses of £14 617 is supposed to know that he should pay tax on £6 617.

If one has a half-decent (or better) employer (and QMUL must fit into that category) one ought to be able to assume that the employer would give the...

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