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In a tax investigation, what is “Helping”?

Helping

The HMRC factsheet, Penalties for inaccuracies in returns and documents, is issued when HMRC believes a penalty is likely to be due. The document is full of crucial information most of which is buried in the text. The ebook Penalties for inaccuracies in returns and documents DECODED is an analysis of the HMRC document; digging up true meanings and telling …

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In a tax investigation, what is “Telling”?

Telling

The HMRC factsheet, Penalties for inaccuracies in returns and documents, is issued when HMRC believes a penalty is likely to be due. The document is full of crucial information most of which is buried in the text. The ebook Penalties for inaccuracies in returns and documents DECODED is an analysis of the HMRC document; digging up true meanings and telling …

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What’s the difference between a prompted and unprompted disclosure?

PromptedDisclosure

If you go to HMRC before they have any inclination about underpayment of tax and you make a full and frank disclosure of what you have done to hide tax from HMRC, how you did it and even why you did it; then – and only then – will there be a reduced penalty. That is an unprompted disclosure. A …

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More golden rules for avoiding a penalty

Stress

The HMRC factsheet, Penalties for inaccuracies in returns and documents, is issued when HMRC believes a penalty is likely to be due. The document is full of crucial information most of which is buried in the text. The ebook Penalties for inaccuracies in returns and documents DECODED is an analysis of the HMRC document; digging up true meanings and telling …

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