PfP Professional Fee Protection

Investigation Insurance

 

INVESTIGATION INSURANCE

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Investigation Insurance

Our Tax Investigation Insurance enables us to safeguard your interests during HMRC enquiries, reviews, interventions and audits, ensuring that your liability for tax and penalties is minimised.

 

Almost a quarter of a million taxpayers were the subject of a tax investigation in the 2012-2013 tax year.

 

The number of self employed people investigated has quadrupled in that time, while annual prosecutions have risen sevenfold in 3 years.

 

£20.7bn in additional revenue was collected through HMRC's crackdown on tax evasion and avoidance in 2013.

 

Each and every tax payer is at risk of a tax investigation regardless of their accountant.

 

The key question is how do you prove your innocence...

If you are unlucky enough to have your business investigated into by HMRC then we are on hand to guide you through the process.

 

Our experience of your business and dealing with HMRC will ensure you achieve the best possible outcome.

 

If you take out our investigation insurance you will have the peace of mind that our fees will be paid as part of the scheme if HMRC open an enquiry into any of the following areas.

  • Full Enquiries

  • Construction Industy Schemes Reviews

  • National Minimum Wage Checks

  • Aspect Enquiries

  • VAT Reviews, Enquiries and Disputes

  • IR35 Review

  • Business Record Checks

  • Employer Compliance Reviews, Enquiries and Disputes

  • Cross Tax Enquiries

  • Discovery Investigations

As part of Professional Fee Protection you also have access to the Client Legal Helpline.

 

This advice line is manned by a team of consultants and is one of the country's leading providers of business advice.

 

The team of experts advise on a wide variety of issues:

Employment

such as:

 

  • Absence & sickness

  • Conduct

  • Disciplinary Procedure

Health & Safety

such as:

 

  • Reporting an accident

  • Hazardous substances

  • Fire

Commercial Legal Issues

such as:

 

  • Landlord and tenancy

  • Company law

  • Copyright and patent