Revenue got it wrong

Consider this situation:

The Revenue have amended a tax calculation resulting in a sizeable refund.

On checking it is found that they have ignored a lump of income which was submitted in the return.

Before we could inform them of the error the client has seen it and told us not to correct it, he will take the chance that they won't notice!!

Very uncomfortable about this - what should be done?

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Fraud

occca |

Actually...

snopes |

if

geoffwolf |

As I thought

Anonymous |

why not.............

Ned Ludd |

My engagement letter states that Revenue errors will be correcte

Jon Stow |
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Not to sound like a textbook...

thomas.peterson |
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Where is the Theft and where is the Fraud

Anonymous |

The previous respondent

snopes |

This might help

Shirley Martin |

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mwngiol |
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I have to report HMRC for Theft

Anonymous |

Just like...

snopes |

HMRC do know of error

Anonymous |

Read

snopes |

Thank you Ebenezor now I must resign from half of my clients.

Anonymous |

John

mwngiol |
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