Jesminara Rahman explains how to submit an appeal to HMRC, and why it’s vital you act in a timely manner.
A tax appeal can be lodged if the taxpayer has the right to appeal an HMRC decision. For example, appeals can be lodged against decisions about but not limited to:
● a tax assessment.
● an amendment of a tax return after an enquiry because HMRC believe there to be an error.
● a claim or disallowing a claim for tax relief.
● a request to check business records.
● a penalty or surcharge which is incorrect or unjust (for example, filing a tax return late/providing an inaccurate return/paying tax late).
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