Tax investigations are carried out by HMRC if they believe a business have not presented a true and accurate information in their tax returns to HMRC. Also, it is not always necessary that HMRC need a reason to investigate a business.
Organisations face a constant changing legislation and regulatory environment and HM Revenue & Customs have new investigative powers to review taxpayers’ tax returns and computations and have taken an aggressive view when it comes to charging penalties and interest on unpaid tax.
Given the complexity of tax legislation and practice, expert knowledge in this area is required in order to successfully rebut HMRC questions and enquiries. We have a significant level of relevant tax investigations experience as well as a deep knowledge of HMRC structure, practices and negotiation skills.