Churchill Tax Investigation

Category Archives: Voluntary Disclosure

Code of Practice 9 case closed

This case was referred to us by an accounting firm in London. The client was under Code of Practice 9 investigation and had been let down by his previous tax advisers in Wales who claimed to be experienced forensic accountants.The … Continue reading

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Worldwide Disclosure Facility – Closing on 30 September 2018

The Worldwide Disclosure Facility was initiated by HMRC in 2016 to allow tax payers with offshore (non UK) income to make a full disclosure and avoid large penalties or HMRC prosecution. The disclosure facility has been widely used by UK and non UK … Continue reading

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HMRC Contractual Disclosure Facility (CDF) – Code of Practice 9

This client came to us on recommendation from another firm of accountants in London. The client had substantial undeclared income for several years and was intending to fully declare to HMRC but was quite nervous about the idea and repercussions … Continue reading

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HMRC issues warning for holders of offshore accounts and assets – Deadline for voluntary tax disclosures 30 September 2018

HMRC have issued a stern warning to UK taxpayers who have not declared any offshore income, assets or bank accounts. Currently there are disclosure options available under the Worldwide Disclosure Facility (WDF). This facility will finish on 30 September 2018 … Continue reading

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Free Webinar on Tax Investigations 28 March 1pm

After our successful seminar on 28 February 2018 at Doubletree Hilton, Holborn, London, we have been requested by a large number of candidates to host regular webinars in relation to tax investigations and various technical tax issues. Our first webinar … Continue reading

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First Tier, Upper Tribunal and Court of Appeal Cases

Phipps (trading as Ocean Tilers) [2018] TC 06236 The First-tier Tribunal (FTT) partly allowed a taxpayer???s appeal against late filing penalties, finding that the taxpayer???s reliance on his accountant provided him with a reasonable excuse for the initial failures to … Continue reading