Tax Appeals and Disputes
Appeals | Disputes | Tribunal
We provide specialist tax services to appeal tax decisions, resolve tax disputes and represent our clients in tax tribunals.
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Tax Appeals and Tax Disputes are not easy to handle and may take time for resolution. The first point of contact is HMRC directly and see if tax assessment can be revised or dispute can be resolved without going to Tax tribunal. Once HMRC informs of their initial decision and If we still disagree with the decision, we advise you of three options according to the nature of tax decision or dispute naming; Alternative Dispute Resolution, a Statutory Review or a Tax Tribunal. A number of avenues including Appeal and Tax Disputes are open to you if you disagree with a tax decision made by HMRC. You have three options at your disposal and our knowledgeable accountants will help you choose the most appropriate course of action.
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Our team consists of highly qualified accountants, Ex HMRC Tax Inspectors and industry known business consultants
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If you have the right to appeal against HMRC decision, you can do so. You may be able to file an appeal if HMRC, for example:
- Are investigating your tax issues and demanding excessive quantities of information or taking too long to complete their investigations;
- Have changed your Self-Assessment in response to an inquiry because they believe you made a mistake;
- Have made a tax assessment against you or have denied a petition for relief;
- have refused to provide you with a certificate as a subcontractor;
- have issued a coding notice that you believe is incorrect;
- Are unfairly demanding a penalty or fee.
You can appeal to HMRC in writing if you disagree with HMRC and have a right of appeal. Normally, you have 30 days from the day HMRC notifies you of their decision to file an appeal. Your appeal will be considered by HMRC. They’ll either agree with you and confirm their decision, or they’ll stick to their initial decision. They will write to confirm their stance. If you still don’t agree with HMRC after the revised decision, you have 30 days to appeal.
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