Galiara [2018] TC 06431

The First Tier Tribunal has decided in favour of the appellant appeal against late filing penalties issued by HMRC. The Tribunal Judge found that HMRC had not been able to provide sufficient evidence that a notice to deliver a tax return had been sent to the tax payer. This case demonstrates that HMRC’s penalty system is not always right and that if appealed correctly, penalties issued wrongly can be cancelle

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