“ADR: what’s it all about then?” by Paul Clarke, Tax Resolution Director at Brown Butler Chartered Accountants

Paul Clarke explains which type of disputes are suited to the Alternative Dispute Resolution, and shares some examples of where it has worked.

You have a long-standing dispute with HMRC – it is bogged-down and going nowhere. Sound familiar? 

Where do you go from here? You believe you’re right but can’t get HMRC to see your point nor accept your argument?

That is typically the situation that will be well-suited to the Alternative Dispute Resolution (‘ADR’) process. It seeks to arrive at a resolution to a dispute with HMRC that might otherwise have to end up in a Tax Tribunal without all the costs and delay of a Tribunal Hearing.

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