VAT tribunal judgment on investment management fees worth tens of millions to the sector
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VAT tribunal judgment on investment management fees worth tens of millions to the sector

30 Jun 2015 | David Ainsworth

Charities should be able to reclaim VAT on investment management fees, a tribunal has ruled, in a move which is likely to mean tens of millions of pounds of additional cash for the sector.

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