Tax avoidance unwrapped and redefined
In an attempt to circumscribe tax planning, the UK government is toying with a general anti-avoidance provision. Peter Nias and Gareth Amdor, of Simmons & Simmons, London, argue that such a provision should be judged against first principles – not least fairness
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