These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionDavid Gauke, Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury, said those who had underpaid would be given time to pay Nearly six million people in the UK have paid the wrong amount of tax.
I was not overly impressed by the principal consultant, Mark Boardman. He didn't seem that enthusiastic. Has anyone else got any mileage here? So to 'shop around', I phoned Castlemaine mentioned here and Cobham Murphy mentioned here.
Castlemaine is a dead-end, as they are only engaged by Horizon to defend Horizon contractors nobody else. Cobham Murphy have told the receptionist not to put people through, due to the volume of enquiries at the moment.
They tell you to send one e-mail to Morag Collins Cobham Murphy who is supposed to get back to youand another to Contractor Helpdesk. So far I have only got a generic response from Contractor Helpdesk, which effectively tries to get you to send a form to HMRC to nominate them as an advisor.
Why aren't people willing to talk on this From my several enquiries over the past couple of days, there are a couple of common themes coming through: The first initial letter is a simple letter stating in writing that you wish to appeal the assessment.
This will stop any automated interest being applied, etc, until this is resolved. We have 30 days to submit this, so no hurry. It is better to get it right. Be careful about what you reveal.
Only reveal what you have to at each stage. Unless something specific is being asked for, don't volunteer it. Lastly, the strongest point being made is that the best source of help are the ones who designed the scheme. The first question everyone asks is "have you got in touch with the creators of the scheme?
At the moment, to progress this, I think we need to find a good tax advisor to represent us and to find a suitable template to use for the initial response. If anyone has any further leads on these, please send them throughIf you are writing to inform us of a name or address change, mark your envelope ‘Change of circumstance.’ If you are sending a complaint, please put ‘Complaint’ at the top of the letter.
HM Revenue and Customs – Tax credits. Writing to HMRC, useful addresses and links. Writing to HMRC? Address and links HMRC have different addresses for PAYE, SA and CGT customers to use. Deciding which address to use is the fun part!
Follow these rules: If a tax office writes to you, reply to that tax office, wherever it is located. HM Revenue & Customs Self Assessment . COMMUNICATE WITH CLIENTS, HM REVENUE AND CUSTOMS AND OTHER PROFESSIONALS IN AN APPROPRIATE MANNER.
Writing a letter. Writing a memo. A memo is generally written to a particular person or persons (such as a board committee or the CEO).
You don’t need to include a street name, city name or PO box when writing to HMRC Inland revenue on below addresses. Corporation Tax Services HM Revenue and Customs. HM Revenue and Customs A non-ministerial department, also called HMRC Do not make requests for your own personal information, or seek to correspond about your own personal circumstances, via WhatDoTheyKnow.
Include a covering letter and make sure that your National Insurance number appears on every single page that you send in: HM Revenue & Customs Leicester Claims Unit.