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This superb title from leading practitioner Robert Maas provides a thorough examination of statutory provisions on which HMRC's approach to investigations, to tax collection and to penalties, is based.
Guide to Taxpayers' Rights and HMRC Powers provides a detailed explanation of relevant legislation and related case law and HMRC practices. It focuses on the boundaries of the powers of the HMRC and the statutory rights that the taxpayer has when confronted by the Inland Revenue.
Whatever situation you face as an adviser, this practical book will supply the answers. Order your copy without delay. Covers: Administration of the Tax System; Tax Returns; Special Returns; Information Powers; Assessments and Claims Appeals and Other Proceedings; Payment of the Tax Collection and Recovery Interest on Overdue Tax Interest Receivable and Repayment Supplements Penalties HMRC's Power of Care and Management Miscellaneous Disclosure of Tax Avoidance Schemes.