HMRC loses Crucial appeal


Crucial Components wins five-figure VAT repayment from HMRC as case is ripped apart by defence

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has been dealt yet another blow as a trader won an appeal to repay a five-figure VAT sum. CPU and iPod trader Crucial Components appeared at the Royal Courts of Jus...

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