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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Request for closure of enquiry letter
    Request for closure of enquiry letterIf you believe you've given HMRC all the information it has requested, you can ask it to close the enquiry. Your first step is to write a letter asking for the enquiry to be closed or for details of the further information it requires.Stalled enquiryIf the inspector running the enquiry has already dragged out the investigation and nothing seems to be happening use our Request for Closure of Enquiry Letter.ConsiderationsVarious factors should be considered before applying...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - How to make a complaint and get compensation
    How to make a complaint and get compensationUltimately, the Adjudicator's Office handles all complaints about the Taxman. However, the adjudicator will only examine a complaint if the right people in HMRC have seen it first. If you feel you have been unfairly treated by the Taxman, you need to explore the avenues of complaint.
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - How to amend a tax return
    What happens at the end of an enquiry?If the Taxman finds nothing wrong with your return, he should advise you of this and write to say so (in a closure notice). That is then the end of the matter. If he considers that there's something wrong, but does not think you have been negligent, he will normally write asking you to make an amendment to it; this has to be done within 30 days of his notification. How do you do this?
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - How to get an enquiry closed down
    How to get an enquiry closed downIf you believe you've given the Taxman all the information he's requested, you may ask him to close the enquiry. If he refuses, it might be because he's on a fishing expedition or does not have the courage to close down the investigation. What steps should you then take to get closure?
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Enquiries - what if HMRC wants to see you?
    What if HMRC wants to see you?There is no statutory obligation to attend an interview and some advisors advocate non-attendance. However, if you decide to attend an interview, how should you react to HMRC's questions?
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Checklist for challenging an HMRC business economics exercise
    Checklist for challenging an HMRC business economics exerciseIn the pursuit of tax collection targets there is now a much greater willingness by HMRC to displace the profits shown by your accounts with an estimate based on a simple business economics exercise. Our checklist can help you identify flaws in HMRC's calculations. Missing incomeA typical example of a business economics exercise would be for HMRC to use a mark-up of purchases to selling price and construct an anticipated sales figure. The next stage...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - What HMRC is likely to ask
    What HMRC is likely to askThere's a pretty standard set of questions that the inspector will ask at interview. These are mostly designed to undermine the records you've kept and so allow them to make a demand for tax on missing income/profits or over-claimed expenses. So how should you prepare for such an interview? GuidelinesIf you attend an interview, the inspector should start by explaining that they will ask questions and take notes on your answers. It's best to answer all questions truthfully but not to...
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