In Scott Anthony Jagger [2018] v HMRC TC6774 the FTT determined that HMRC had miscalculated the 6 month and 12 month late filing penalty.

  • The taxpayer was more than 12 months in filing his tax return, he made a loss.
  • He failed to provide a reasonable excuse as to why he was late in filing however he was succesful in his claim that penalties had been miscalculated.

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