Suspected of serious tax fraud?

Tax fraud inspectors within the Civil Investigation of Fraud departments are more experienced HMRC inspectors and are likely to be extremely intrusive.

Civil Investigation of Fraud and Suspected of serious tax fraud The Civil Investigation of Fraud teams deal with investigations involving up to £500,000. Larger amounts are dealt with by Special Civil Investigations (SCI).

It is vital you get representation from experts for your investigation who deal with tax fraud issues all day, everyday.

HMRC usually investigate individuals under Code of Practice 9  procedures which are only opened if there is firm evidence of tax fraud.

HMRC inspectors spend months collecting evidence and information on cases, before opening an investigation.

This is why investigations run by HMRC’s Civil Investigation of Fraud department must be taken seriously.
We cannot stress how important it is you have strong, reliable representation in an investigation.

Our experts are well versed in tactics used by HMRC and can handle the pressure these investigations impose.

We know your rights and we are here to fight your corner.

Don’t succumb to HMRC’s bully-boy tactics… fight back with KinsellaTax.

If you receive a letter from HMRC advising you of their intention to open an investigation call us now on 0800 471 4546 to speak to one of our specialist advisors.

But whatever you do, do not – I repeat do not – contact HMRC direct. They will log in your call and anything you say will be put down and may be used in evidence against you in the future. So please remember, call us – do not call HMRC – we will deal with HMRC direct on your behalf.


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