HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) is under huge pressure to increase tax receipts and close the tax gap. The government has made £900m available to HMRC to tackle non-compliance in the tax system and by 2014/2015 expects this investment to generate up to £7bn per annum of additional tax revenues.
To achieve this target, HMRC is engaged in an unprecedented number of compliance activities to identify and challenge those who it believes have not paid what they should.
Led by Dominic Arnold, a former Senior HMRC Inspector, Moore Stephens has an expert tax investigations and disputes team with extensive experience in handling enquiries, investigations and other HMRC related disputes. Our aim is always to achieve the best outcome for our clients, negotiating firmly and fairly whilst always complying with tax legislation.
For more information contact our specialists, who will be pleased to discuss your issue in confidence.