London Office


The Pinnacle
Central Court
Station Way, Crawley
West Sussex RH10 1JH

Tel: 01293 763102
Fax: 01293 763200

Madrid Office


c/Pesquera, 18
E-28850 Torrejón de Ardoz (Madrid)

Tel: (+34) 91 656 99 87
Fax: (+34) 91 656 94 30
Mob.: (+34) 607 318 075

www.altashceconsulting.es

About us

Incorporated in 1999 and based in London and Madrid (Spain), we specialise in international companies (subsidiaries of multinationals or companies with international relations), independent of their sector of activity. 

We offer a global consultancy service, providing advice in most areas that affect our clients' business.

In Spain we are part of an integrated network of offices present thoughout the country.

Our objective is to provide our expertise and knowledge of management tecnhiques and thus contribute to the optimization of our clients' resources.

Levels of tax evasion falling
Cases of serious tax evasion have fallen to the lowest level for five years, according to a report by Pinsent Masons which says HMRC’s anti-evasion initiatives are showing results.Read More
Case Report: Spring Salmon & Seafood Ltd [2013] TC 02723
The First-tier Tribunal decided that it had no jurisdiction to determine the validity of HMRC's closure notices, which denied a taxpayer company's claim for terminal loss relief claim, because the taxpayer did not appeal against those notices. However, the Tribunal had jurisdiction to determine whether the taxpayer had already paid its tax liabilities in the relevant tax years because it had appealed against HMRC's closure notices for those years. The Tribunal also had jurisdiction to determine whether the contract settlement between HMRC and the taxpayer covered the latter's tax liabilities. Read More

Published 02.07.2013 Source CCH Online

Case Report: Finanzamt Freistadt Rohrbach Urfahr v Unabhängiger Finanzsenat Ausenstelle Linz, in the presence of Fuchs (Case C-219/12)
The Court of Justice (ECJ) has ruled on the circumstances when a valid claim may be made to recover VAT charged on a photovoltaic installation on the roof of a dwelling. Read More
Case Report: Scotts Atlantic Management Ltd (in members' voluntary liquidation) & Ors [2013] TC 02704
The First-tier Tribunal decided that the taxpayer companies could not sustain their claims for corporation tax deductions for the cost of funding the Employee Benefit Trusts (‘EBT’). The taxpayers' intentions were plainly to secure a far from ordinary tax deduction, one that would not ordinarily be expected, and was designed to achieve the very opposite of the result intended by Parliament.  Read More

Published 02.07.2013 Source CCH Online