HMRC Tax Investigation fee protection

HMRC Tax investigations are stressful and costly. Get protected !

What is the HMRC tax investigation fee protection service?

It is an insurance backed service which protects you from accountancy fees associated in dealing with any HMRC enquiry or dispute.

With HMRC investigations and spot checks becoming more commonplace and even minor discrepancies warranting full scale audit that can span months, many business owners are making the wise decision to cover themselves and their businesses/companies for the professional fees incurred for defending them in the event of enquiry by subscribing to our Tax investigation service. We have partnered with UK’s leading Tax investigation insurance providers “Croner Taxwise” to give you the peace of mind regarding any possible enquiry.

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What does HMRC tax investigation fee protection service include?

The service will cover you for the professional fee (Accountancy & taxation) in case of the following HMRC enquiries;
(1) Self assessment tax (2) Corp tax (3) VAT (4) Payroll & P11d (5) NI (6) CGT (7) IHT (8) CIS (9) IR35 (10) SDLT (11) Gift aid (12) NMW

What is not included in HMRC tax investigation fee protection service?

The service will not include the professional fee incurred for fraud, criminal prosecution, deliberate omissions, tax avoidance scheme, enquiries commencing outside the period of service.

Why would I be investigated by HMRC?

Why would I be investigated by HMRC?

There is no definitive answer as to why, but there are a lot of possibilities; filing a late return, errors that require correction, dealing with cash, HMRC receive a tip off, working in a targeted business sector, to name a few.

The revenue’s ‘snooper computer’ Connect collates data from banks, Land Registry records, Visa and MasterCard transactions, DVLA, council tax, VAT registration documents, Airbnb, and believe it or not even your social media profiles.

A common misconception is that a mistake has been made but that is rarely the case. Random enquiries can and do happen.

How much does an enquiry cost? Representing you can easily run into thousands of pounds but will vary from enquiry to enquiry, even if no extra tax is paid at the end.

Immediate professional representation from your accountant is essential in successfully and quickly dealing with HMRC enquiries, but that will come at a cost, and will not be in your budget.

Be SAFE in the knowledge that we will REPRESENT YOU and deal with HMRC on your behalf

Additional benefits of HMRC tax investigation fee protection service

As part of this service, you have unlimited telephone access to specialist HR support, health & safety and commercial legal advisors. Please get in touch for further details. 

Fee for HMRC tax investigation fee protection service

We will provide you a customised quote based on your personal and business circumstances and risk profile.

GET PROTECTED – HMRC tax investigation fee protection service

Corporation Tax Self-Assessment | VAT Income Tax Self-Assessment | PAYE VAT visits | National Insurance Construction Industry Scheme | IR35  | Stampy Duty | Employer Compliance Visits Check of employer records | Interventions Capital Gains Tax | National Minimum Wage Gift Aid legislation and regulations | P11D Inheritance Tax | Child Tax Credits

Our service to you

If you are a self employed, business owner/director of company looking to get your accountancy and taxation matters sorted, look no further. We are pro-active and easily accessible SME accountant and tax advisor London, who will not only ensure that all your filing obligations are up to date with Companies House and HMRC, but also you do not pay a penny more in taxes than you have to. We work on a fixed fee basis and provide same day response to all your phone and email enquiries. We will also allocate a designated accounts manager who would have better understanding of your and business financial and taxation affairs. Book a free consultation call using the link below.

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