Category Archive for: ‘HMRC Investigation’

Fund run by David Cameron’s father to dodge paying tax in Britain

David Cameron

The Guardian reports: “David Cameron’s father ran an offshore fund that avoided ever having to pay tax in Britain by hiring a small army of Bahamas residents – including a part-time bishop – to sign its paperwork.” Hold on a minute! Isn’t this the same David Cameron who said that avoiding tax was ‘morally wrong’ when he condemned TV ‘funny …

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Tools: You can read HMRC’s manuals


The tax investigator’s own manual is just a mouse click away. The tax investigators own guidebook, called the Enquiry Manual is online. These are HMRC’s instructions for their own tax investigators, they are made available to the public to prevent excessive FOI requests. Parts of the manual are censored, but the bulk is well worth a read. Click here to …

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Tools: alternative dispute resolution – ADR

Using ADR

This month Tax Hell will be looking at tools you can use in a tax investigation with HMRC – some of these tools are conventional (but just not used enough) and some will be more left-field. Every investigation is different and not everything is going to work for everybody – but if you want to fix something it’s good to …

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