HMRC Is Shite

HMRC Is Shite
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Thursday, 20 August 2020

HMRC Investigating 8,000 Furlough Fraud Reports

 

Birmingham Live reports that HMRC is probing 8,000 reports of furlough fraud and investigating firms across the UK.

University academics have reported as many as two-thirds of furloughed workers continued working throughout April and May of this year despite technically being on furlough.

Oxford, Zurich, and Cambridge experts claim that only 37% of furloughed workers in the UK reported doing no work at all for their employers during that time.


Tax does have to be taxing.

Tax Investigation Insurance

Having a Solar Protect Tax Investigation Insurance policy at your disposal means that should you be one of the many 1000's of businesses or individuals that are selected by HMRC each year to look into your tax affairs your own accountant (your tax return agent) can get on and defend you robustly.

You have the peace of mind knowing that your accountant's (your tax return agent) fees will be paid by the insurance without any Excess for you to find.

Tax Investigation Insurance is an insurance policy that will fully reimburse your accountants (your tax return agent) fees up to £100,000 if you are subject to enquiry by or dispute with HMRC.

A Solar Protect policy will enable your Accountant (your tax return agent) to:
  • Deal with any correspondence from HMRC
  • Attend any meeting with HMRC
  • Appeal to the First-tier Tribunal or Upper Tribunal
  • Having the security of knowing that fees will be met in full will enable your Accountant (your tax return agent) to defend your position robustly
  • Premiums are Annual Premiums.
  • Premiums are inclusive of 12% IPT. 
  • Premiums and IPT are due in full in advance / at commencement of scheme.
  • There is a NIL excess on all policies.

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