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Download your free Tax Enquiries guide

Introduction to tax enquiries and investigations Tax Enquiry Fee Protection Scheme I’ve had this income for years and HMRC have never asked me about it, why should they now? Is it worth the risk of a criminal record? Do you … Continue reading

Are tax enquiries expensive?

Yes, depending on the nature of the enquiry, time costs for dealing with HMRC, correspondence can run into thousands of pounds. Here, we offer a Tax Enquiry Fee Protection Service, where for a small annual payment (additional to your tax … Continue reading

Real life examples of tax enquiries

During 2013 almost 700 prosecutions were secured against tax and benefits cheats. There were 690 successful convictions as against 477 in the previous year. With prison sentences totaling 355 years it is clear that HMRC are serious about tackling evasion. … Continue reading

Tax Enquiries

Have HMRC notified you that they are opening an “Enquiry” into a self assessment tax return? If so, a qualified tax adviser can, in the vast majority of cases, reduce the liabilities, interest and penalties associated with the investigation by … Continue reading

Tax Enquiries | Guide

  Covered in this guide… Introduction to tax enquiries and investigations Tax Enquiry Fee Protection Scheme I’ve had this income for years and HMRC have never asked me about it, why should they now? Is it worth the risk of … Continue reading

Latest industry to be targeted by HMRC Tax Enquiries campaign

HMRC are inviting Voluntary Disclosures from those who work in the filed of health and well-being, e.g. alternative medicine or therapy, physical therapy and or other forms of therapy. HMRC clearly believe that there are many people operating in this … Continue reading

Download your free Tax Returns guide

Do I have to complete tax returns? Should I use a tax adviser to complete my tax return? My income is taxed before I get it, do I need to include it in my return? Some of my income arises … Continue reading

Capital Allowances – are you missing out on Tax Relief?

If you own commercial property, are about to sell commercial property, or are about to buy commercial property, recent changes to legislation on Capital Allowances may mean that you are not obtaining all of the tax relief available to you. Continue reading

Do HMRC already have too much power or should we encourage greater effort to collect tax owed?

Some MP’s have raised concerns of proposal’s in the Chancellors budget to allow HMRC to raid personal bank accounts of taxpayers who fail to pay up despite repeated reminders. Head of tax at Sedulo, Darrell Booth, believes this measure will get through despite protestations… Continue reading

R&D pushes our Tax team from strength to strength

Our Tax team is currently enjoying a timely boost having added a good number of new clients whilst also taking on significant instructions and referrals from other firms to assist with tax enquiries and planning work. The team, headed by … Continue reading

A review of the last quarter in Tax

During the last quarter we have been busy bringing on board a lot of new clients and getting to know them and their needs. These range from existing businesses transferring their affairs to us from previous advisors to many start-ups … Continue reading

January Tax Round-up

Firstly, as the Self Assessment Tax Return deadline day has of course passed, you should have filed your tax return for the year ended 5 April 2012 on or before 31 January 2013. If for whatever reason you have missed … Continue reading

Sedulo introduce Tax Investigations Service

If HMRC are to hit their target of closing the £7 billion tax gap, tax investigations will remain as prevalent as ever. Sedulo are delighted to introduce our new Tax Investigations Service, purposely designed to protect you and give you … Continue reading

Paul Goddard

Director Paul joined Sedulo in 2018 as Director Paul has over 30 years experience in accounting and specialises in various areas including Tax Planning, Tax Enquiries, Share Valuations, Trusts & Estates, Charities and Solicitors. He is also part of the … Continue reading

Download your free Year End Accounts guide

Do I need to file a year end? What are my year end obligations? What is an annual return? Who can view documents filed at Companies House? Am I a small company? What is my accounting reference date? Can I … Continue reading

Why would HMRC ask about my income?

We have had a long period where HMRC have been quite inactive in terms of opening and conducting tax enquiries but we already know that this is changing. The number of enquiries being opened is on the increase and HMRC … Continue reading

Sedulo Newsletter – August 2013

Interested in what we have been up to over the past month? Fill in your details to the right to view our July 2013 newsletter! Included in this issue: Lee Jones’ appointment as director. Paul Lindfield is on our blog … Continue reading

The dash for cash

The dash by HM Revenue and Customs to reclaim cash from tax avoidance, evasion and fraud has moved up a gear or two. For anyone keeping their ear to the ground on the latest developments coming out of HMRC (and … Continue reading

Sedulo Newsletter – October 2013

Interested in what we have been up to over the past month? Fill in your details to the right to view our October 2013 newsletter! Included in this issue: Our office expansion at Deansgate Locks. We announce the brave souls … Continue reading