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  • Tax - Request for HMRC VAT internal review letter
    Request for HMRC VAT internal review letterHMRC operates a VAT internal review system to resolve disputes without the time or expenses involved with a formal appeal. If you wish to use this facility you should apply in writing to HMRC within 30 days of the assessment or decision with which you disagree. Asking for a reviewIf you disagree with HMRC over an assessment, you can ask for an internal review of the decision or you can appeal to the First-tier Tribunal (FTT). HMRC advises that in the first instance...
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  • Tax - Complaint letter
    Complaint letterUltimately, the Adjudicator's Office handles all complaints about HMRC. However, the adjudicator will only examine a complaint if it has been through the proper levels of authority within HMRC first. It's the same letter but to different people. So what should you put in this particular piece of correspondence?Set out your grievanceIf you feel you have been unfairly treated by HMRC, for example unreasonable delays, mistakes or poorly treated by staff, the avenues of complaint are to: (1) an HMRC...
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  • Tax - Compensation claim letter
    Compensation claim letterChances are that sometime in your dealings with HMRC he will make an error or be responsible for a delay that costs you money. In these circumstances you can you claim compensation for this.Making a complaintLet's say HMRC comes to call and later issues you with a VAT assessment. You feel that it's wrong and obtain professional advice. The advisor agrees that the assessment is incorrect. The advisor asks for an internal review of the assessment. HMRC sees the error of its ways and withdraws...
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