Monthly Archives: May 2015

Equity does not act in vain

A little over 3 years ago, three days before I was to sit my final exam, namely ‘Equity and Trusts’, my car was broken into and my schoolbag stolen. Irony of ironies, my schoolbag was empty for all but Equity … Continue reading

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Two friends and a Magistrate TWOCing

Two friends recently attended the Magistrate’s Court in Westminster and arrived back with tales of TWOCing. My initial thought, that this was the latest permutation of a Miley Cyrus dance routine, was of course incorrect. The acronym in fact stands … Continue reading

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Public confidence in HMRC: to review or not to review

“Make £30,000 and they will hound you until the cows come home; make £30,000,000 and you tell them how much you’d like to pay” Most of us engaged in tax will at one stage have heard this phrase (or some … Continue reading

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