For those of you who have joined our Fee Protection Insurance scheme against the costs of dealing with an enquiry by the tax authorities, you should have received a renewal letter with the costs of the scheme for the next twelve months, and paid to rejoin.
The renewal date was 31 October 2016.
However, it is not too late to act if you haven’t already. Simply check the quote that should have been sent out to you and make the relevant payment or, if you cannot find the relevant paperwork, ask for a revised renewal quotation to be sent to you.
If you are not familiar with our fee protection insurance, here is a brief overview of the service.
“Tax investigations can be intimidating, and with HMRC growing increasingly more powerful, an investigation into your affairs is more likely than ever – even if you’ve paid all your tax. Although we work hard to keep your tax affairs in order, compliance doesn’t necessarily keep you safe.
If you are unlucky enough to have your business investigated by HMRC then our expert team are on-hand to guide you through the process. Our knowledge and experience of dealing with HMRC at all levels will ensure you achieve the best possible outcome. Even if your records are in order and you have paid all your tax, the cost of preparing and presenting your case for investigation can be an unwanted and expensive overhead, which also why we also offer our clients Fee Protection Cover.”
Fee protection covers you for the costs of any compliance check we deal with on your behalf, regarding Income Tax, Corporation Tax, PAYE, National Insurance, CIS, IR35, VAT, National Minimum Wage, IHT and Child Tax Credit enquiries.
A copy of our service summary can be found here
The cost of our Fee Protection scheme is significantly less than the cost of a tax investigation. Is it really a risk worth taking?
If you have any questions about Fee Protection Insurance please feel free to contact us on email@example.com or by calling the office on 01905 777600.