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Uber faces big VAT bill if tax campaign wins in UK court

30 March 2017

Anjana Haines

Uber could be forced to pay millions of pounds in indirect tax if the UK High Court decides that the company should be charging VAT on its services. HMRC could also face questions as to why it did not take action at the first opportunity.



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