As part of a tax enquiry HMRC may well ask that you attend a tax enquiry HMRC interview. Many clients consider they are legally bound to attend such interviews however that may well not be the case.
Attending an interview with HMRC is not necessarily compulsory nor is it necessarily wise to do so, particularly unrepresented.
There are two tax enquiries where you may have to attend:
- Code of Practice 9 (suspicion of serious Tax Fraud);
- Section 144 Enquiry; or
- Interviews under PACE (Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984).
If you have been asked to attend an HMRC interview you should not go alone and should ensure you have legal representation in place. We have a team of Tax Consultants whom can attend nationwide.
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