HMRC Tax Investigation? We Got Our Clients’ Back

What is HMRC Tax Investigation?

Every year, HMRC carries out enquiries into the tax affairs of an increasing number of individuals and businesses in the UK. Many people find an HMRC enquiry disruptive, intrusive, stressful and ultimately expensive.

HMRC doesn’t need a reason to check tax affairs and basically, every taxpayer who submits a tax return is at risk of being targeted as tax enquiries are conducted at random.

With the COVID-19 pandemic backdrop, many companies have relied on a COVID-19 support scheme such as the CJRS (furlough scheme) and this means that HMRC will be more likely to look more closely at tax returns, payments and compliance histories.

What does this mean for Elman Wall clients?

We have taken out an insurance policy in our own name that is backed by Professional Fee Protection (PFP), the UK’s fastest-growing fee protection provider. This essentially means that our policy enables us to provide our clients with expert advice and peace of mind knowing we will work on your case to resolve the situation (up to our service limits).

When you subscribe to our service, we’re able to make a claim against our insurance policy held with Professional Fee Protection in respect of our fees incurred (up to £100,000 per claim unless otherwise indicated), when we defend a client who is subject to most kinds of HMRC intervention.

The Elman Wall Tax Investigation Service lets us manage the entire investigation while you focus on what matters most.

Interested in reading more about the service? Click HERE or download the brochure below.

For any tax-related or new client enquiries, please feel free to reach out to our friendly Tax Team at TaxTeam@elmanwall.co.uk or give us a call on 020 7600 5667.

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