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Tax Investigations and Enquiries

The Inland Revenue chairman Nick Montagu has said: 'We simply cannot afford to go soft on fraud and evasion, nor will we be doing so.' Having collected more than £3.8bn from tackling non-compliance during the year to 31st March 2002, a little less than the previous year, the Inland Revenue will be looking to increase that amount in future years.

Enquiries and investigations are here to stay. Their effects upon a business or individual can be disastrous.

To help avoid this, Accountancy Age, together with Brian Baker, specialist tax investigations partner at The Baker Partnership, bring information and advice on a wide range of tax investigation and enquiry related issues.

Simply select the topic you would like information on from the list below. If you can’t find what you’re looking for or if you’d like to discuss a particular issue, then take advantage of our new service giving you access to free advice from full-time tax investigation specialists via email or telephone.

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