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Airtours and input tax: a new hope?

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The taxpayer’s appeal in Airtours Holidays Transport Ltd v HMRC is yet another case addressing the fundamental question in VAT in transactions involving multiple parties: ‘Who supplied what, to whom?’ Interestingly, HMRC’s arguments in the case suggest a possible method for taxpayers to recover input tax in situations involving ‘third-party consideration’.

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