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Issue: Vol 167, Issue 4292

Issue: Vol 167, Issue 4292

11 Feb 2011
WILL SILSBY sees flaws in HMRC’s plans for scrutinising business records
JULIE CAMERON considers the differences in the application of old and new penalties for incorrect returns
DANIEL HEMMING discusses whether taxpayers have any protection from HMRC taking a second shot in litigation
MARK MORTON examines proposed revisions in the tax treatment of employer-supported childcare
The owner of a buy-to-let property believes the guidance on HMRC’s website means that he does not need to complete a tax return
A client sold his business in 2009/10 for cash and non-qualifying corporate bonds
Almost 20 years after the death of a client, her son has been advised that there may be an entitlement to compensation under a wartime reparations scheme
A mother has converted the double garage of her house into living accommodation, which is used by her daughter. The two of them own the whole property jointly
Capital allowances in final trading year; underpaid National Insurance contributions; entrepreneurs’ relief on farm sale; termination payment
'Emails are, in general, valid'
'I was amused... actually, I was grossly offended'
'When will HMRC rid themselves of this ivory tower syndrome?'
Another reader writes to her MP to raise the issue of postal delays at the Revenue...
We want tax advisers readers to write to their MPs to complain about the Revenue's postal delays...
We are urging readers to write to their MPs with regards to HMRC's delays in dealing with correspondence...
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