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Cooper: Burden of Proof and Logic
17/01/2020, by BKL, Tax News - HMRC Administration, Practice and Methods

BKL explains a recent tax case that highlights that the burden of proof is sometimes on the taxpayer, and sometimes on HMRC. The case of Cooper (more fully Golamreza ... Continue Reading

HMRC Agent Products and Services
17/07/2015, by HM Revenue & Customs, Tax News - HMRC Administration, Practice and Methods

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) know that all agents and tax advisors who manage their clients’ tax affairs will sometimes need help and support from us.  ... Continue Reading

Does HMRC Have Too Much Power? CIOT Survey
23/02/2015, by Mark McLaughlin CTA (Fellow) ATT TEP, Tax News - HMRC Administration, Practice and Methods

The Chartered Institute of Taxation has launched a survey into HMRC powers regarding penalties, compliance checks and reviews. The survey is aimed at practitioners ... Continue Reading

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