29 Oct 2019
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) received 5 billion pounds ($6.4 billion) in revenue from civil and criminal tax fraud investigations in 2018.
Investigations into fraud are big business and HMRC take them seriously. If they believe that a person or business has information which is relevant to their investigation they have powers to compel them to hand over that material.
These requests can be time-consuming for an individual or business to comply with and often create considerable stress.
In order to protect our clients, we have spent considerable time developing a Tax Investigations Service, which ensures we can fully defend against HMRC's allegations and achieve the best possible result for you.
Even minor accidental errors can lead to months or even years of fraught negotiations to prove your innocence. Many people cannot afford a robust defence and are forced to accept HMRC's allegations and pay additional tax demands. Our service ensures that you can fully contest the taxman without worrying about the costs of your defence.
As an additional benefit, subscribers receive 24/7 access to a business legal helpline which covers employment law, health & safety and commercial matters and is available 365 days a year. We believe the annual cost reflects excellent value for money.
Our Tax Investigations Service starts on 1 December 2019 and we strongly recommend that all of our clients subscribe, if you haven't done so already.
We will be contacting all clients over the next couple of weeks to subscribe.