Tax Investigation Service – we are here to help you

As your dedicated accountant, we’re here to help you manage any tax enquiries you might receive.

It is vital to be led by specialist advice and guidance when dealing with HMRC. With the tax investigation fee protection service our fees will be paid for if HMRC investigate you.

By subscribing to our service, you’ll also be dealing with a trusted and familiar face that knows your affairs – not an unknown accountant who may be appointed if you subscribe to an alternative scheme.

We believe that we know your business best and we want to be there for you when you need us most.

Plus, for limited companies and partnerships, the tax investigation fee protection service provides inclusive cover for all relevant individuals.

So if your business subscribes to the service, all of your directors, partners and their spouses and company secretaries will also receive representation during an investigation into their personal tax affairs as long as we act for the individuals concerned.

Just spend a little now to potentially save a lot later and take the stress, time and professional costs out of a tax investigation.

Please contact us to find out more and don't put off til tomorrow what you can do today.

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