HMRC Is Shite

HMRC Is Shite
Dedicated to the taxpayers of Britain, and the employees of Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC), who have to endure the monumental shambles that is HMRC.

Wednesday, 21 November 2012

Tax-Hell



THIS IS WHAT THE EXPERTS SAY…
“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, company director and owner of a network of websites including www.hmrcisshite.com
“Informative for tax professionals and the unrepresented alike – a great read.”
Chris Bale, Director www.taxationweb.co.uk
“A good mix of in depth technical detail with some excellent summaries – very helpful.” Andrew Knott, Director, KTS
“The investigation system is weighted against the unrepresented taxpayer. This book does a great job in explaining the pitfalls.”
Nichola Ross Martin, Director www.rossmartin.co.uk

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THE WRITER…

1. Nick Morgan is an award winning investigative journalist with over 15 years experience in the business.
2. He has written about tax investigation for The Sunday Times and The Mail on Sunday.
3. He had his self assessment returns investigated five years ago and has since amassed a great deal of practical working knowledge about the industry.

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READER FEEDBACK…

“A Big thank you.” Paul and Jacob K
“Great book I wish I’d known this information 6 years, 4 tax Inspectors and 2 Commissioners’ hearings ago!” David C
“A prosecution by HMRC followed by a full investigation would have been greatly eased by this brilliant publication. A comprehensive resource and at this price it’s what you pay for 10 minutes with a tax advisor!” Angie N
“Brilliant guide, they messed with the wrong guy when they crossed Nick. If you are in need of this publication be glad they did! He lays it out it a clear fashion and is to the point, precisely what you need when you are pulling your hair out! I also emailed him and he took the time out to answer my questions. Seriously I never write reviews but felt compelled! Highly recommended!” Wesley Londor

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So what is the cost?

Tax information as well researched and up-to-date as this often carries a three figure price tag.
This book is just £10.

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Tax does have to be taxing.

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Tax Investigation for Dummies, by Nick Morgan, provides a good and easy to read guide for anyone caught up in an HMRC tax investigation. A must read for any Self Assessment taxpayer.

Click the link to read about: Tax Investigation for Dummies

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3 comments:

  1. The latest HMRC fuck up can be read in private eye

    http://www.private-eye.co.uk/sections.php?section_link=hp_sauce

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  2. Didn't this book used to be called Tax Investigations for Dummies? Trademark problems, by any chance?

    Stew G

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  3. Hey Stew, no flies on you.

    Yes they did send a few threatening emails - they are quite prolific in the Dummies legal department.

    Still waiting for Woody Allen to drop me a note.

    Cheers Nick

    www.tax-hell.co.uk

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