Under the provisions of FA 2008, Sch. 36, para. 5 an authorised officer can issue an information notice requiring a person to provide information or produce documents reasonably required to check the UK tax position of:-

 

    • A person whose identity the officer does not know or

 

    • A class of persons whose individual identities are not known.

 

‘UK tax’ excludes ‘relevant foreign tax’.

These notices are known as identity unknown notices.

Contact KinsellaTax on 0800 471 4546.

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