General Commissioners

General Commissioners

part-time unpaid individuals who hear appeals in disputes concerning direct taxes. See also SPECIAL COMMISSIONERS.
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At the meeting, which was held on the sidelines of meetings of the General Commissioners of the countries participating in the Expo Milano 2015, al-Sa'di and Bracco discussed the arrangements for Yemen's participation in the fair.
You can ask for a review of the decision, but if you can't reach an agreement with the inspector you are entitled to appeal to the Tax Chamber of the First-tier Tribunal in Birmingham, which recently replaced the General Commissioners.
As clerk to the General Commissioners of Tax, John is used to battles over bills.
By default, jurisdiction should lie with the General Commissioners, who -- with their commercial backgrounds -- are as capable of determining the facts as the Special Commissioners.
The Department of Constitutional Affairs - as part of an on-going consultation - is also considering whether that the existing VAT tribunals and the General Commissioners for Income Tax should be abolished from 2007, and replaced by a joint system, with a first stage 'paper sift' replacing the right to a personal hearing for the taxpayer.
The warning follows news that the Inland Revenue has decided to challenge the jurisdiction of general commissioners.
If a sub-contractor is downgraded to a CIS4 Registration card, then they only have the option of appeal to the General Commissioners.
When you have a row with your friendly neighbourhood taxman, he will eventually ask if you want to take it to the general commissioners.
Frequently these led to appeals to general commissioners who tended to give the taxpayer extra time to sort things out.

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