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09 April

Tax on overseas properties: which laws apply?

Rebecca Sheldon of Old Square Tax Chambers provides an overview of some of the main issues that a UK resident needs to consider regarding the taxation...
08 April

Publication of ‘Taxation of Non-Residents and Foreign Domiciliaries’ – James Kessler QC

This well known book provides comprehensive information about: – Taxation of foreign domiciliaries – Taxation of non-residents on UK income and assets – Taxation of UK...
07 April

A Stable Proposition? – Tax Adviser

Rebecca Sheldon has published a new article in the Tax Adviser magazine entitled “A Stable Proposition?” on Goodfellow v HMRC (2019 UKFTT 750). Rebecca Sheldon considers...
06 April

Rory Mullan comments on Loan Charge decision

Mrs Justice Andrews today handed down judgement in Zeeman and Murphy v HMRC [2020] EWHC 794 (Admin), dismissing both Claimants’ claims that the 2019 Loan Charge...
03 April

High Court Dismisses Challenge to the 2019 Loan Charge

The High Court has dismissed two claims for judicial review of the controversial 2019 Loan Charge legislation, in which the Claimants were represented by Robert Venables QC and Ross...
02 April

Troy Homes v HMRC [2020]

Patrick Cannon successfully persuaded the First-tier Tax Tribunal that HMRC had failed to “properly address” their enquiry notices into the taxpayer companies’ SDLT returns which claimed...
30 March

Double Tax Treaties Explained

Harriet Brown of Old Square Tax Chambers – leading barristers in the field of international and double taxation – discusses how to use double tax treaties...
19 March

Covid-19: Temporary Measures to Support Our Clients

We at Old Square Tax Chambers are committed to providing the very best services to our clients during these unique and difficult times.  We have put...
04 March

Fisher v HMRC

In Fisher v HMRC Rory Mullan (led by Philip Baker QC) represented the taxpayers before the Upper Tribunal successfully argued that an assessment to income tax...
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