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Vol 21 No 9 Sept/Oct 2016

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HMRC Investigations Handbook 2015/16 isbn 9781780431710

HMRC Investigations Handbook 2014/15

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Edited by: Mark Mclaughlin

ISBN13: 9781847669896
New Edition ISBN: 9781780431710
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781847665324
Published: October 2014
Publisher: Bloomsbury Professional
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

HMRC Investigations Handbook (previously titled Dealing with HMRC Investigations) will assist and support when you are representing clients under investigation. Outlining current law and practice, it guides you through HMRC procedures pinpointing your role and responsibilities.

Accessible, user-friendly, and written to be used in practice, it supplies a huge amount of guidance on all aspects of HMRC's investigative work - special civil investigations, criminal prosecutions, plus self assessment enquiries, VAT and customs visits, penalties and appeals. The practical advice covers interviews with HMRC, revenue information powers, tax appeals and settlement negotiations, plus vital information on the relationship between tax evasion and money laundering.

HMRC Investigations Handbook brings you up-to-date with the NEW penalty tax regime for penalties and defaults. It outlines how this substantial reform will operate in practice and the implications to your working practices.

HMRC Investigations Handbook is written by some of the UK's leading tax writers who share their experience in practice. It will prove invaluable to anybody involved in an HMRC investigation. Tax investigation specialists, accountants in general practice, lawyers, tax advisers and consultants should add this book to their bookshelf without delay.

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1. Enquiries under self-assessment
2. Special Investigations
3. VAT and Revenue and Customs visits
4. National Insurance visits
5. National Insurance: fines, penalties and appeals
6. NIC investigation trigger points
7. Criminal investigations in relation to direct tax
8. The nexus between tax evasion and money laundering
9. Meetings with HMRC
10. The information powers of HMRC
11. Tax appeals
12. Settlement negotiations
13. Employees and directors
14. The new penalty regime
15. Tax avoidance investigations.