Tax analysis: The First-tier Tax Tribunal (FTT) held that HMRC’s discovery assessment was invalid because the appellant acted as a reasonable and prudent taxpayer would have done in his circumstances when he adopted a market valuation for his unlisted shares based on a genuine unconnected third party offer for his shares.
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