We aim to successfully resolve disputes with as little disruption to clients as possible. Our experts will support you every step of the way and handle your case with the utmost confidence and sensitivity. Tax investigations may represent a difficult time for your business, but we aim to make you feel confident that you are in the very best hands.
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The Accountancy Solutions tax investigation team will support you during the process. Each case is different; therefore, the information you are asked to provide will depend on the investigation. You must be able to provide the information easily and quickly. Our team can assist you in gathering and collate the information to ensure it is what the HMRC want and can also deal with further information requests. During the negotiations process, we will support you to help secure a fair final settlement amount and help ensure you have enough time to pay it.
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Before An Income Tax Investigation: If you have received a letter from the HMRC regarding an income tax investigation, you may be wondering what you need to do first. Don’t panic; read the letter thoroughly. If you are not sure what to do or are having difficulty understanding the letter, contact our team. We have considerable experience in all stages of the tax investigation process. We can offer you a confidential, no-obligation consultation to discuss what you should do next.
Why You Are Under Investigation: HMRC does not have to and generally will not specify what has triggered an income tax investigation. It is likely, though:
• That there is an obvious reason, such as HMRC has noticed an omission.
• It could be completely random
• It could be that you fall into a target area of the HMRC. This could be based on the sector you work in or where you are located.
• That something you have done has attracted the HMRC’s attention.
We care for our clients. Building and maintaining fantastic relationships is what we do best, we will never treat you as a number which is what makes our approach so unique. The highest level of customer service combined with a keenness to listen and work together with our clients means that we leave a stream of happy clients in our wake every single day. Our services come with unlimited help and support provided at no extra cost throughout the year.That help and advice will all come courtesy of your own fully qualified and dedicated small business accountant.
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Are you just looking for an answer to a general question? We always provide free advice to individuals and self employed persons. You can send us an email, call us or fill in the form. But you should be asking answers to general questions.
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No we do not charge any fee for initial consultation. We will try to give you free guidance if its something you can do easily by yourself. We will only charge you if you appoint us to do some work for you.
We are giving free advice on general questions and this is one way of paying back to our local community who cannot get through to tax man. But if your question is of specific nature, we will tell you about our fee.
You can certainly ask question about accounting but you should know that we cannot teach you accounting over the phone or online. If you are not familiar with book keeping or accounting, its best to hire an accountant?
If you are only after advice, we will make a decision after hearing question. It may take further investigation and we may have to look into your personal circumstances to answer your question.
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