The best way to minimise your company’s risk of a HMRC tax investigation is to appoint an Accountant to keep your affairs in order with, for example, accurate Bookkeeping Services. However, changes in the law now mean HMRC does not need a reason to investigate and random, unavoidable investigations are on the increase.

Tax investigations can be very stressful so it is essential to have the support of experts who can advise you on how to protect yourself during an investigation. At Robert Lewis, we have helped clients resolve all types of investigations, from simple tax enquiries to very complex situations.

To minimise disruption to your business and your life, we can take care of the entire HMRC investigation process on your behalf; from analysing the issue, explaining the risks and your best available options, to handling all negotiations associated with the HMRC tax investigation. Our focus also covers securing a reasonable payment period for you to pay outstanding tax and penalties. In many cases the potential liabilities arising from HMRC specialist investigations can be eliminated.


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For further information on Tax Investigation, please contact our team on:

01268 271 234

I found your staff to be extremely organised and willing to help by providing me with answers, and was very please that they took the time to follow up. Not only did you advise me on solutions to tax issues, you also completed all the paperwork and registered my company on my behalf and had everything sorted within a few days.

Dr Lucene Moulton

Pinnacle Eye Services Limited

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