Tax Investigations

We advise on HMRC enquiries, tax disclosures and tax disputes with a view to finding cost effective solutions.

Our services

  • Helping you or your business make a voluntary disclosure to HMRC
  • Assisting you with a tax enquiry
  • Tax disputes
  • Minimising tax liabilities
  • Mitigating tax penalties
  • Negotiating time to pay
  • Advising on tax avoidance schemes
  • Expert witness
  • Mediation

Areas of expertise

  • Codes of Practice 8 and 9
  • Contractual Disclosure Facility
  • Worldwide Disclosure Facility
  • Common Reporting Standard (CRS)
  • Tax fraud
  • Requirement to Correct
  • Failure to Correct penalties
  • Facilitating tax disclosures
  • Individual and company tax residence
  • Non-UK domiciled individuals
 

About our team

We provide a comprehensive service to individuals, businesses and companies.

Our service is tailored to your needs, achieving value for you at competitive rates.

Our team’s relationships with you and your advisors are built on trust and mutual respect. We are accessible and approachable, and ready to answer your questions, giving you the confidence you want when dealing with a sensitive issue such as an HMRC enquiry or other tax dispute.

Team leaders Sean Wakeman and John Cassidy are recognised as two of the leading practitioners dealing with investigations and disputes.

Call us

0800 656 9990

Confidential, no-obligation advice

Other contentious tax issues

We can also help with other areas that give rise to tax issues:

  1. Business disputes
  2. Divorce
  3. Due diligence exercises on a business sale/purchase
  4. Employment disputes
  5. Family disputes
  6. Wealthy non-UK domiciled individuals
  7. Inherited monies
  8. Overseas tax structures
  9. Reports in the press or on television
  10. Contentious loans, gifts or other windfalls
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New HMRC rules: advisors may get caught out

Tax investigation
Advisors need to act now: taxpayers who ignore the RTC but are later found to have undeclared tax linked to offshore assets will face a minimum penalty.
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HMRC penalty regime: inaccuracies, failure to notify and offshore matters

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Your inaccuracies, failure to notify and other offshore tax matters can incur HMRC penalties
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