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 CAN ANYONE GIVE ADVICE ON APPEALING AGAINST HMRC INFORMATION NOTICES.1 NOTICE IS REQUESTING FULL POSTAL ADDRESSES OF RENTAL PROPERTY,AND OWNERSHIP DETAILS.THE OTHER INFORMATION NOTICE REQUESTS FULL DETAILS OF ALL PRIVATE BANK ACCOUNTS,CREDIT CARDS,ETC.THE NOTICES THEMSELVES SEEM TO CONTAIN SOME MISREPRESENTATIONS,EG OVER WHAT ARE STATUTORY DOCUMENTS.WOULD THIS INVALIDATE THE NOTICES?

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By bernard michael bayly
18th Jun 2011 10:48

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This sounds like part of a tax investigation. If you are not an accountant I suggest you seek professional advice immediately before you reply to the letters. This should not be by posting on this site alone

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By Locutus
18th Jun 2011 13:30

Best advice is speak to a local accountant

You need to speak to have a face to face meeting with an accountant, as this isn't a casual sort of question that can easily be answered.

This sounds like a tax enquiry type case and yes, it will be expensive in professional fees, but having an accountant deal with it for you is likely to save you much more money and hassle overall.

If you don't believe how much of a hassle tax enquiries can be then buy this e-book for £10, which was written by a taxpayer (not an accountant) who had a tax enquiry.  If I recall the guy initially tried to represent himself and then had to later pay an accountant to sort out the mess.

http://www.tax-hell.co.uk/hmrcisshite/

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