Larking Gowen Insights - HMRC ‘nudge letters’ and what they mean to you
HMRC ‘nudge letters’ - what are they, why do HMRC issue them, and what should you do if you receive one? Tax experts Gilly McGill and Dominic Carter discuss what the term covers – commonly known as ‘one-to-many letters’ and how HMRC identify recipients through data submitted to them or issues common to a sector. They discuss how the decline in human resourcing to investigate impacts this process.
They provide recent examples of problems HMRC have faced and the potential penalties that may come from ignoring these letters, and how your adviser can help.
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