HM Revenue & Customs Enquiries

Any tax return can result in a HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) enquiry. It could involve a personal tax matter or, for a business, questions about a specific item of expenditure or income or broader issues, such as PAYE or national insurance or whether workers are employed or self-employed.

The enquiry may arise after you are chosen at random for review, as part of HMRC’s checking of procedures. It may be an aspect enquiry, in which HMRC wants to double-check information already provided. Or it may be a full enquiry, requiring you to answer more extensive questions and provide business records.

Resolving a dispute with HMRC can be time-consuming and cause significant disruption to a business or to your personal life.

Salhan Accountants, and our specialists at sister firm Taxation-Investigation, give you access to practical, expert help and advice, focused on supporting you through the process and resolving the issue.

Our experience means that we understand the complexities of the UK tax regime and compliance issues. We also understand the way that HMRC works and the processes and procedures it follows in dealing with enquiries or disputes.

We’ll provide constructive advice and support, enabling you to focus on your day-to-day affairs while we liaise with HMRC inspectors to bring the investigation to a satisfactory conclusion and negotiate any settlement necessary with a view to minimising HMRC claims for any tax and penalties.

For more information on our tax enquiry services, please visit Taxation-Investigation.

To find out more about how we can help you, please contact Salhan Accountants in Edgbaston, Birmingham.