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Issue: Vol 167, Issue 4293

Issue: Vol 167, Issue 4293

17 Feb 2011
MIKE TRUMAN looks at the implications of the ex parte Christopher Lunn case
JOHN NEWTH examines the latest developments for individuals who work where they live
What options are available to taxpayers unhappy with a tribunal ruling? KEITH M GORDON explains
BARRY HALLAM highlights some tax bargains that will soon end
PHIL BERWICK offers a pro forma letter that advisers can send to clients with regards to the Liechtenstein disclosure facility
In 2010/11, a retired medical practitioner received a pay award which was back-dated to 2004
The employees of a business located about 30 miles from London visit the capital in the evenings to promote the firm
HMRC are still considering the judgments in the VNLTO and AstraZeneca cases concerning private and non-business use. Input tax can be recovered, but there appears to be some doubt as to the treatment...
A husband and wife own a property jointly, but a second property has recently been purchased solely in the husband’s name. The husband and wife will both live for part of the week in one property and...
Winding up a company; reducing inheritance tax on family home; relief for loan to company in liquidation; late VAT registration
Another reader complains to her MP about HMRC's postal delays...
Anti-avoidance bulletins concern telecoms services and splitting
Hansard, 14 February 2011, vol 523, no 118, col 551W
Including one covering NICs
Duplicates will no longer need to carry an annotation
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