Tax Investigation Fee Protection Insurance
With the Government facing high levels of deficit, HMRC are currently conducting a record number of tax investigations and compliance checks, which means businesses are at risk of a tax investigation at any time – even if you’ve done nothing wrong.
An enquiry by HM Revenue & Customs can be a serious disruption to your business and may take a long time to resolve. We provide tax investigation fee protection insurance for our clients, that will cover our fees for conducting all the work necessary in negotiating a settlement with HMRC, should you be unfortunate enough to receive an aspect enquiry or a full tax inspection.
As accountants, we're uniquely positioned to advise and support our clients through an HMRC investigation, acting as your representative in the event the Revenue decides to take you to a First-Tier Tribunal. For just £310 per annum for a limited company, our fee protection agreement provides cover for our professional audit fees, ensuring you receive the support you need throughout the duration of the enquiry, without worrying about the cost.
Our Tax Investigation Service is backed by an insurance policy we have taken out in our own name with Professional Fee Protection (PFP) and protects our clients who suffer a tax enquiry. We will defend you if and when you are selected for a tax enquiry and the potential high costs of professional fees will be claimed under our insurance policy. PFP have pioneered fee protection in the UK for over 30 years, protecting over 600,000 different businesses and individuals. They are committed to working in conjunction with us, thus ensuring your interests are fully protected.
Our business accountancy clients will also have access to one of the premier business support helplines in the UK, which can save a great deal of time and money by providing guidance in the areas of Company Law, Employment Law, Landlord & Tenant and Health & Safety - and all at no extra cost.
You can view our fee protection insurance policy documents here.