Anti-avoidance legislation is usually complex and intentionally widely drawn to ensure maximum coverage, particularly where HMRC believes that a taxpayer (or their adviser) is deliberately seeking to avoid tax or circumvent the intentions of parliament in the drafting of the legislation.

By its nature, the anti-avoidance legislation is often written deliberately subjectively, making its application one of the most difficult areas of UK tax law.

Using our vast knowledge of the legislation, understanding of jurisprudence and experience of HMRC’s own interpretation and practice, we can confidently advise on the application of this legislation and the level of risk a client is exposed to.

Jerroms Miller can assist in a variety of ways, with particular experience in Transactions in Securities (TiS), Targeted Anti- avoidance Rules (TAAR) (anti-phoenixing) and disguised remuneration.

We can help before clients enter into a transaction, we can review existing arrangements and, of course, we can assist clients with HMRC enquiries in these areas.

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We offer an initial consultation free of charge which gives us the chance to meet and discuss your needs, with no obligation.

Specialist Tax Advisers in Solihull

Lumaneri House, Blythe Gate, Blythe Valley Park, Solihull, B90 8AH

0121 693 5000

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Jerroms Miller is a trading style of The Jerroms Miller Tax Partnership Ltd (13890400), Jerroms Specialist Tax Services Ltd (13890378) and TMP Tax Ltd (13940341) which are all registered in England and Wales. Registered Office: Lumaneri House, Blythe Gate, Blythe Valley Park, Solihull, B90 8AH.  A list of directors is open for inspection at the registered office.