Lewis Hamilton's £3.3m VAT refund
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Paradise Papers: How Lewis Hamilton got a £3.3m VAT refund

Formula 1 champion Lewis Hamilton avoided tax on his £16.5m luxury jet, according to Paradise Papers documents.

They show a £3.3m VAT refund was given after his Bombardier Challenger 605 was imported into the Isle of Man in 2013.

Mr Hamilton's lawyers said the structures had been reviewed by a tax barrister who confirmed they were lawful.

Find out more about the Paradise Papers.

  • 06 Nov 2017
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