Primback: pay the VAT
- High Court rules on Courts. // Accountancy;Dec2004, Vol. 134 Issue 1336, p93
Reports that the British Court of Appeal has ordered furniture retail chain Courts in November 2004 to pay extra value-added tax (VAT) payments. Amount to be paid by Courts; Views of Justice Jonathan Parker on the appeal made by the company to a High Court ruling issued in November 2003;...
- High Court vetoes card fee VAT block. // Cabinet Maker;7/9/2004, Issue 5396, p6
Reports that Customs & Excise is to appeal against a High Court decision which could allow retailers to keep an amount in VAT payments. Background of the case; Arguments of the retailers regarding VAT payment; Ruling of the European Court of Justice to the case; Plans of the Customs to introduce...
- Trio face Â£60m VAT bills. // Cabinet Maker;11/8/2002, Issue 5312, p1
Reports on possible value-added taxes (VAT) to be paid by the British furniture companies Homestyle, Courts and MFI. INSET: VAT or tax?.
- Reliability issues. // Cabinet Maker;8/13/2010, Issue 5700, p3
The article reports on the introduction of the 20 percent value-added tax (VAT), which is the main reason for the revisions of growth estimates and inflation forecasts in the furniture market in Great Britain.
- Get your house in order. // Cabinet Maker;11/19/2010, Issue 5714, p3
The article discusses the issue of value added tax increase (VAT) that can affect the furniture retailers industry in Great Britain.
- January VAT increase pushes November homewares. // Cabinet Maker;12/11/2009, Issue 5667, p7
The article reports that the impending increase of the value-added tax (VAT) has augmented the November 2009 sales of homewares according to BDO's High Street Sales Tracker report in Great Britain.
- Happy New Year. // Cabinet Maker;1/7/2011, Issue 5719, p3
The article presents the author's insights regarding the furniture industry, the value added tax (VAT) and the approved mortgages in Great Britain.
- Who's next in the taxman's sights? // Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;3/26/2010, Issue 2906, p5
The article reports on the possible aftermath of the judgment by a Value-added Tax (VAT) tribunal in Great Britain.
- Appeal procedures stray from rules of 'fair play.'. Hoskin, Ernest // Accountancy;Feb1984, Vol. 95 Issue 1086, p78
Criticizes the appeal procedures of value-added tax tribunals in Great Britain. Failure to evolve from the determination of disputes between an individual and the administration; Inability to exercise fair judgment.