One in four of us who phones up HMRC for advice gets the wrong information. Oh and did you know that you can see the files HMRC hold on you. No wonder they don’t want to give out their email addresses!
HMRC want to push down your expenses and pump up your income - they won't mind bending a few rules to get a result. Here are some of the dirty tricks used by HMRC in tax investigations.
From browsing Facebook profiles, to noting careless talk in the pub, to talking to bitter ex-partners, HMRC is watching, snooping and listening.
How To Get Out Of Tax Hell

Who Do We Think We Are?

Tax Hell is run by award winning investigative journalist Nick Morgan. He’s supported by a range of tax professionals, most of whom would prefer to remain anonymous.

What We Do

We help the unrepresented (and poorly represented) in tax investigations carried out by Her Majesty’s Revenue & Customs (HMRC). And this is how we do it…

What People Are Saying:

  • I found the Tax Hell ebook easy to read and very informative. I will definitely recommend the book and the website to clients.

    John Derek Thompson Accountant, Accounts Matters
  • Informative for tax professionals and the unrepresented alike – a great read.

    Chris Bale Director, TaxationWeb
  • Nick says a lot of things in the ebooks that many accountants and tax advisers would probably like to say to the Revenue just before they retired from the profession!

    Mark McLaughlin Managing Editor, TaxationWeb
  • The investigation system is weighted against the unrepresented taxpayer. This book does a great job in explaining the pitfalls.

    Nichola Ross Martin Director,
  • A good and easy to read guide for anyone caught up in an HMRC tax investigation. A must read for any Self Assessment taxpayer.

    Ken Frost, FCA Director, HMRC is Shite
  • Great Book!! I wish I’d known this information 6 years, 4 tax Inspectors and 2 Commissioners’ hearings ago!

    David C
  • Brilliant guide. Clear and is to the point, precisely what you need when you are pulling your hair out! Highly recommended!

    Wesley L
  • 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. I downloaded Everything you wanted to know about Tax Investigation. It was clear, concise and incredibly helpful. Today HMRC have dropped their case. Needless to say, I’m thrilled to put this whole affair behind me.

    Bill W
  • Penalties is a very handy companion to the Everything You Wanted to Know book.

    John D

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