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NEW TAX INVESTIGATION POWERS

HMRC are able to use new and sweeping Information, Inspection and Enforcement powers when dealing with: 

CT and IT self assessment enquiries 
Employer compliance reviews 
VAT Assurance visits 
Construction Industry Scheme checks 

There are no transitional arrangements for these powers, thus existing enquiries into returns are now subject to these new rules. 
 

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In brief, Officers are now able to demand all primary records without the need to issue a formal notice (previously under s.19A TMA 1970). They will still need to issue an information notice for supplementary information such as appointment diaries, notes of board meetings, commercial employment contracts etc. however these must be reasonably required to establish the correct tax position of the client and may be appealed to the new First Tier Tribunal unless a tribunal has already granted the original information notice. 

In addition, HMRC can issue notices to third parties where they wish to check the accuracy of information provided by the taxpayer. Officers will normally ask taxpayers to fill out an authorisation mandate, however, if this is refused, they can approach the First Tier Tribunal to obtain a formal notice. 

Of more relevance is the ability of an officer to visit and inspect premises. They would normally provide a minimum 7 days notice of such visits to the taxpayer however, where there is a perceived potential for the taxpayer to move stock/assets/trade away from the premises after being advised of a visit, officers can make inspections unannounced. There is no obligation for HMRC to notify the agent of such inspections, thus, a client could be contacted and inspected without the agent being aware of it until his client places a tax demand on his desk and asks him to deal with it. 

Now, more than ever, clients should be warned to contact their agent as soon as HMRC makes initial contact, especially in those rare cases where they turn up unannounced.

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