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How to survive tax inspection

How To Survive Tax Inspection?

For any individual or business owner there is nothing worse than getting an envelope in the

morning marked HMRC; because there is only a very slim chance that the mail will carry

information about lowering the tax, but a very high chance of being notified about the

upcoming tax investigation.

What is Tax investigation?

Tax investigations in London or Tax inspection is a simple process of tax audit for

individuals or businesses or company, conducted by the HMRC (HM revenue and customers)

in case any ongoing tax fraud is suspected or detected. However, tax investigations in London

do not result in imprisonment frequently, it has a long, complex process which can actually

put anyone into a critical situation.

Why inspection happens?

Average data says tax audit normally happens once in every 5 years, but there are few income

taxpayers or corporate tax payers who get a letter each year. The reasons to attract frequent

tax audits are:

Not paying tax or submitting returns on time.

Taking a casual approach for informing HMRC about the

reasons behind yearly account differences.

If you are operating a high risk industry where cash

payments are regular and you are not properly looking after

accounts of cash transactions.

If you have high costs, which is unlikely high for

businesses in your industry.

In case you have high incomes from property which are not

recorded.

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