Tax Appeals against decisions made by HMRC - LITRG response

Published on 4 August 2008

From April 2009, when taxpayers find themselves in dispute with HMRC, they will be able to ask HMRC to carry out an “internal review” of their case as a simpler and less costly alternative to appealing to the Tribunal. But LITRG have warned that HMRC’s published ideas for the review are too complex and the process itself lacks the independence of an appeal directly to the Tribunal.

To see the LITRG submission to HMRC please use the link below.

(04-08-2008)

Contact Name: Robin Williamson (Tel: 0844 579 6700, Fax: 0844 579 6701)

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