Tax Investigations Service
At Yorkshire Accountancy we offer our clients a fee protection tax investigations service.
This service really does cover you!
- PAYE enquiry
- VAT enquiry
- Tax enquiry
- Self assessment enquiry
Our work and time is covered. Giving you piece of mind that your enquiry is going to be resolved with as little disruption and expense as possible.
So sign up for Yorkshire Accountancy’s new fee protection tax investigation service, and keep your mind at ease – only available for clients of Yorkshire Accountancy. If you are not a client please get your quote here.
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Traditionally, tax investigations are a stressful time. They are intrusive and – perhaps worse for businesses if not for individuals – they are expensive. Finding the documents requested to comply with HMRC and then submitting them can take many hours, and that all comes out of your precious time, and your bottom line. And that’s not even the end of it; follow ups, meetings, talking to inspectors… It takes a long time. It costs a lot of money (typically upwards of £2,000).
And that’s why we’ve launched our new tax investigation service. The service has been created in order to help reduce the cost of an investigation. If your business is selected for an investigation or enquiry, Yorkshire Accountancy will defend your business by responding to HMRC for you, dealing with any and all correspondence, preparing your case, defending your case, organising and negotiating the best possible outcome quickly and effectively.
Investigations can take many months to resolve. So you can see why having an accountant ready to work for you (and with you – on your side) could be a huge cost saving.
But that’s not all. HMRC has recently stated that its main objective for this year is to collect more money from investigations. The target for 2017 is £27 billion, and to do that, almost half of HMRC’s workforce is dedicated to this particular arm of investigation. That’s more officers investigating businesses than ever before.
In order to make investigations smoother, HMRC has invested in an Enterprise Data Hub (EDH) so that all of the information gathered can be in one place, rather than the 11 separate warehouses in which data was stored before. It’s no wonder that there are more investigations happening now.