How To Succeed By NOT Giving HMRC What They Ask For

 In Bullying, Ebook, HMRC Investigation, Success, Tactics

AA, explains how he was successful closing down his tax investigation quickly.

AA submitted a self assessment form and a few months later got a letter from HMRC saying that they had opened a compliance check, they then sent him a long list of documents they were requesting – it ran over four pages!

Suspecting something was wrong AA did a Google search and found this website, he bought the ebooks and read them. He found out that HMRC often ask people for documents they are not entitled to see. And – worse still – if you hand these documents over you are signalling to HMRC that you are a bit of a soft target, PLUS the more time HMRC invests looking at your case the greater the pressure is on them to get a result and – you guessed it – they will ask for even more documents.

AA got in touch with us, and spoke with a tax professional.

AA says, “[As instructed] I called [HMRC] up and asked directly ‘What is the problem that you think exists?’ This had a good impact. After the matter was explained to me it was resolved by [me] supplying them with only the paperwork relevant to this issue.”

AA continues, “[Today] I received a ‘closure notice’ letter from HMRC concluding the check and agreeing that I had indeed completed it correctly, phew………”

“Thank you for your help; the e-book was a real eye-opener and very helpful.”

You are welcome AA, this is our thing, this is what we do.

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