June Private Client Briefing from Tax Journal

Posted on 24 June 2016 by Andrew Goldstone & Jeffrey Lee. Source: Tax Journal

June Private Client Briefing from Tax Journal

In McQuillian v HMRC, shares with no dividend rights were held not to be part of a company's ordinary share capital for entrepreneurs' relief purposes.  The FTT has considered whether HMRC had jurisdiction to issue an information notice to a taxpayer who was no longer UK resident.  In X-Wind Power Limited v HMRC, it was decided that the submission of an incorrect SEIS compliance statement meant that the company lost its qualifying SEIS status.  The FTT held in Mabbutt v HMRC that an error in relation to the tax year cannot be cured by section 114 Taxes Management Act 1970.  The trustee of the EBT in Shah v Insafe International were held to have an obligation and power under the terms of the EBT to make the PAYE and NIC payments out of the trust funds.

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