Category Archive for: ‘HMRC Investigation’

More great feedback for the ebook


Always great to have feedback. Thank you Nick. Found the ebook really helpful. Thanks for writing it. Perhaps I could come back to you re: tax expert free consultation*? The answer of course is, “Yes any-time”. *Consultation free with the ebook, nominal fee of £10 in the shop.

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Is our tax expert any good?


Here’s some heart warming feedback from a reader with a result. Is our advice any good? Is it of practical help? This is what we do, it’s not some vanity project, we get results, we make a difference. Everybody who buys an ebook gets a 30 minute one to one session with a qualified tax expert. Is he any good? …

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A third of HMRC callers waiting 10 minutes


Over a third of callers to HMRC helplines are waiting 10 or more minutes for their call to be answered, according to the latest HMRC Contact Centres survey report. Overall, the median waiting time is around four minutes. But the number of callers waiting 10 minutes or more increased on last year to 35% of the total. The two best …

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More great feedback from a reader who’s been helped

Thank You

This is why we do what we do. In late 2011 I received a startling phone call at my place of work from HMRC, claiming that I owed them £17,000 in unpaid taxes. In something of a panic, I downloaded Nick Morgan’s ‘Everything you wanted to know about Tax Investigation…‘ ebook. It was clear, concise and incredibly helpful, and in …

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HMRC has the landlord amnesty finished?

HMRC Has The Landlord Amnesty Finished

Landlords who have failed to declare their property profits can still pay what they owe under Britain’s first tax amnesty. HM Revenue & Customs is warning property investors that specialist task forces are ready to target those with undeclared rent profits or gains from disposing of homes. You will still have to pay back-tax (plus interest) but HMRC will go …

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The Revenue should remember they are not the secret police

Libby Purves

Guest post from Libby Purves, originally published in The Times. I once met a suavely senior Whitehall mandarin who had served briefly in the upper echelons of HM Revenue and Customs. He said that it was a relief to leave because of the culture. “They have two beliefs,” he said. “First, that they own the tax system; second, that everyone …

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