In a letter from HMRC under the heading non co-operation the inspector wrote the following:
"HMRC have repeatedly requested that xxxxx meet with them following initial meeting, but these requests were declined"
True after 1st meeting (client not present) I declined each and every request as xxxx is not obliged to, and does not want to, attend any meeting with HMRC. Co-operated fully in writing so everything is recorded because the number of errors on HMRC's part were quite appalling and some of them need to go back to school to learn Maths and how to write properly. Will obviously appeal any non-co-operation penalties.
Anyone have suggestions on how to tell them to **off politely?