HMRC loses lead UT Tower Radio case on bonus payments as shares

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HMRC has lost an appeal at the Upper Tribunal (UT) in the lead case for Tower Radio involving a tax planning scheme used by companies who paid employee bonuses as shares in specially-formed subsidiaries rather than as cash, with the judges deciding that no income tax or National Insurance contributions (NICs) fell due as this was not a money transaction

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