Every year HMRC, formally the Inland Revenue, carry out Compliance Checks on companies to ensure they are paying the right amount of tax and receiving the correct amounts of tax reliefs and allowances.
HMRC are required to give at least one week’s notice to a business if they plan to run compliance checks on their company, unless a surprise compliance checks visit is deemed appropriate.
If HMRC have notifies you of their intent to carry out compliance checks then contact KinsellaTax immediately for help to ensure you have the right information available to breeze through compliance checks on your company by HMRC.
Pick up the phone and dial 0800 471 4546 for expert advice on compliance checks or Click here.
A new framework for compliance checks was introduced by HM Revenue and Customs on 1st April 2009.
The inspection powers supporting both were inherited by HMRC after the merger of the Inland Revenue and HM Customs in 2004.
The new framework applies to compliance checks for:
HMRC’s inspection powers, under Finance Act 2008, provides for increased inspection and information powers.
The Inland Revenue can turn up on your doorstep and ask to see your records and run company compliance checks without any notice whatsoever.
If HMRC turn up on your doorstop to carry our compliance checks on your company then pick up the phone and call us IMMEDIATELY on 0800 471 4546 before you speak to HMRC or allow them to see your records.
Don’t risk a more serious tax investigation, call us the moment you hear from HMRC on 0800 471 4546.
Always have a tax enquiry expert by your side whenever HMRC visit for Compliance Checks. KinsellaTax are here for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Call NOW on 0800 471 4546 for expert advice on HMRC compliance checks.