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When trouble arises with HMRC, it is essential to know what rights clients have in standing up to any real or perceived unfairness. This book addresses in a practical manner the question of the safeguards that are available in particular circumstances. The book covers the whole spectrum of protections – statutory, judicial, administrative, and so on – setting these against the background of the rule of law.
The impressive scope of this book ranges across HMRC powers generally, enquiries, reasonable excuse, appeals, human rights, double jeopardy, offshore matters, criminal offences, internal review, mediation, judicial review, the HMRC charter, vulnerable taxpayers, and much more.