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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - VAT voluntary disclosure of error letter
    VAT voluntary disclosure of error letterIf you discover an error on a VAT return, you will need to correct it. In most cases this can be done simply by amending your next return, but where the error results in an increase in your VAT liability you should always send a letter of voluntary disclosure as this will protect you from penalties. If you find an error of £10,000 or lessIf you discover that you've made a mistake and misdeclared the amount of VAT due, you need to adjust it. If the errors on the return...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - VAT surcharge reasonable excuse letter
    Reasonable excuse letterHMRC has a wide range of penalties available to it. Many of these can be reduced while others can be removed completely where you have a reasonable excuse for the action which gave rise to the penalty. Having a reasonable excuseMost of the penalties imposed by HMRC will be cancelled in full if the taxpayer can establish a "reasonable excuse" defence. Unhelpfully though, there is no definition of "reasonable excuse". This argument now applies to: failure to notify liability; and default...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - VAT - request for a written ruling
    VAT - request for a written rulingIf you have a VAT problem and can't find the answer in any of HMRC's published guidance, you can ask it for a written ruling. However, HMRC is often reluctant to provide one and it usually directs you to its guidance. To ensure you obtain the written advice you need, make your request in a format which forces HMRC to respond properly.hmrc guidance and Written rulings It's not easy to get a written ruling from HMRC on VAT matters. Its published guidance states: "You can write...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Request for HMRC VAT internal review letter
    Request for HMRC VAT internal review letterHMRC operates a VAT internal review system to resolve disputes without the time or expenses involved with a formal appeal. If you wish to use this facility you should apply in writing to HMRC within 30 days of the assessment or decision with which you disagree. Asking for a reviewIf you disagree with HMRC over an assessment, you can ask for an internal review of the decision or you can appeal to the First-tier Tribunal (FTT). HMRC advises that in the first instance...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - VAT appeal letter
    VAT appeal letterIf you disagree with a VAT assessment or decision made by HMRC, you can, in most cases, appeal against it or ask for HMRC for a review to consider cancelling the appeal. An appeal should always be made in writing and usually within 30 days of the date of the assessment or decision.Resolving disagreementsFirst step - optional. If you disagree with HMRC over a VAT assessment, a penalty imposed or a ruling or decision you can ask for an Internal Review before making a formal appeal to the First-tier...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Letter to HMRC - problems with online filing
    Letter to HMRC  - problems with online filingIf you've missed the deadline for submitting your VAT return online (or paying your VAT electronically), you might be let off the hook where you can show this was caused by IT problems.Explain whyIf you were unable to file your VAT return online because of problems with HMRC's VAT Online Service, you should write to HMRC explaining why. Enclose any evidence of the steps you took.   The sort of evidence that counts in your favour includes:o a copy of the printout...
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  • 1,500+ Business Documents - Compensation claim letter
    Compensation claim letterChances are that sometime in your dealings with HMRC he will make an error or be responsible for a delay that costs you money. In these circumstances you can you claim compensation for this.Making a complaintLet's say HMRC comes to call and later issues you with a VAT assessment. You feel that it's wrong and obtain professional advice. The advisor agrees that the assessment is incorrect. The advisor asks for an internal review of the assessment. HMRC sees the error of its ways and withdraws...
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