The recent outcome of the HMRC V Parry & Others judgement from the Court of Appeal clearly demonstrates that gambling on legal outcomes can be a risky business, writes Neil MacGillivray.
With two outcomes in your favour, you feel luck is on your side - and then bang it's all over, with the only winner being HMRC. Now, it has always been HMRC's view that, when a member transfers from...
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