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HMRC Notice 701/57 (November 2012): Health Professionals and Pharmaceutical Products

VAT and healthcare is a special interest are a for me. I have been asked for some general advice regarding health professionals and pharmaceutical products. If you have a problem, generally in the first instance you should refer to HMRC’s … Continue reading

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Government to Name & Shame Rogue Tax Advisers

The Government published proposals today to name and shame tax advisers whom it believes to be promoting tax schemes which are likely to conceal illegal activity. The proposals also include HMRC having greater powers to collect information at an early … Continue reading

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Margaret May V CIMA, Revised High Court Judgment Date

The revised date for the High Court judgment in the judicial review of Margaret May and CIMA is now expected to be delivered in early June. This is a high-profile case and it is hoped the High Court ruling might … Continue reading

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Accountants – Disciplinary Process

If you are a member of ICAEW (or other accounting or auditing body) and have a complaint against you I would advise legal help with your approach at the earliest stage, even if the legal help is on an intermittant … Continue reading

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ICAEW Professional Complaints

If you are an accountant and you have a professional complaint against you, it is important to plan your strategy for dealing with the complaint and, preferably , to get legal advice quickly, before entering into detailed correspondence about the … Continue reading

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iSoft Accountants Set For Disciplinary Hearing

I was asked about this case recently. It’s from a year or two back but this article may answer some questions. http://www.accountant.co.uk/news/2011/Sep/isoft-accountants-set-for-disciplinary-hearing-90785466.html Eamon McNicholas Tax Barrister, Accountant http://www.EamonMcNicholas.com Eamon has advised and successfully represented accountants who have faced disciplinary hearings … Continue reading

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Robin Vaughan explains how CIMA’s conduct process works

“CIMA is required to remit major public interest cases to the Accountancy and Actuarial Disciplinary Board (AADB). CIMA Council is responsible for the formation of byelaws and regulations relating to conduct and the disciplinary process but is not allowed, as … Continue reading

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