McLaughlin’s Tax Case Library - Tax Insider Professional

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McLaughlin’s Tax Case Library

Access our practical Tax Case Library with over 600 easy-to-read tax case summaries. Each tax case is simply and clearly explained to ensure you can confidently apply the rulings to your clients.

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What is it?
  • An online library with over 600 searchable tax cases
  • Summaries of recent and important tax cases
  • Primarily written by direct tax expert Mark McLaughlin CTA (Fellow) ATT (Fellow) TEP
  • Background and decisions of each case concisely explained
  • New case summaries added each month
  • Interactive library with search, share and bookmark options
Who is it for?
  • Tax practitioners
  • Tax advisors
  • Accountants
  • Lawyer specialising in tax
What topics do you cover?
  • All areas of taxation
  • Rulings from both the First Tier Tribunal and the Upper Tribunal, as well as the Courts.
  • Common types of tax cases featured are:
    • Capital Gains
    • Employment
    • Corporation
    • Income
    • Inheritance
    • Property
    • And over 50 more areas

Total articles in the library: 714

  • Compliance

    Penalties: Failing To Produce Information: Taxpayer Did Not Deliberately Fail To Notify Chargeability

    Tax Returns Could Not Displace Discovery Assessments

    Barrister Did Not Have A Reasonable Excuse For Late Tax Payments

    APNs Issued After HMRC’s Agreement To Postpone Disputed Tax Was Not An Abuse Of Power

    Information Notices: Tribunal Hearing For Approval Of Third-Party Notices Could Not Include Companies And Individuals

  • Employment

    Payments To ‘Consultancy Vehicles’ Were Employment Income

  • Self-Employment

    Qualified Diver Was Self-Employed For Income Tax Purposes

  • PAYE

    No Personal Liability For Company PAYE And NIC Assessed By HMRC On Director

  • Private Residence Relief

    Taxpayer’s Stay At Property Was Insufficient To Make It A ‘Residence’

  • Losses

    Payments Were Not Made Under Guarantee But Under An Indemnity

  • VAT

    Were HMRC Reasonable To Issue A Notice Of Requirement (NoR)?

  • Exemptions

    Were Supplies Made By Private Profit Making Welfare Organisations Covered By The Exemption Even Though They Were Not State Regulated?

 

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