Taxes Management

Recently Published and Popular Titles

Legislation strengthening HMRC’s powers is introduced regularly and it is impossible to conceive how practitioners can effectively support their clients without access to a product which keeps track of this rapidly changing area. Robert Maas’s widely respected, Guide to Tax Payers’ Rights and HMRC Powers is updated regularly to keep advisors abreast of issues such as the new VAT DOTAS rules, penalties for enablers of offshore tax evasion and new HMRC powers in relation to the GAAR.

Leading practitioners in specialising in investigations work have collaborated to produce the 2018/2019 HMRC Investigations Handbook which provides extensive guidance and advice for practitioners on all stages of an investigation, including record-keeping, alternative dispute resolution, penalty mitigation and tax appeals.

Ensuring that advisers meet all standards required by their governing professional body and adhere to the requirements of the law is fundamentally important to understand. Our soon to be published title Tax Advisers’ Obligations and Liability addresses the requirements of a range of important legislation including the Criminal Finances Act and Anti-Money Laundering legislation.

Be sure to come back to this page to see what new titles we will publish in this areas in the coming months.

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Guide to Taxpayers’ Rights and HMRC Powers

Guide to Taxpayers’ Rights and HMRC Powers, Sixth Edition illustrates the growing breadth of HMRC powers which seem to increase every year as successive governments strive to counter tax avoidance and offshore tax evasion. As this process continues, the rights of taxpayers become less evident and this book clearly lays out what these are, as well as the increasingly complex penalty regime for non-compliance and what steps practitioners can take... Read more

HMRC Investigations Handbook 2018/19

HMRC Investigations Handbook 2018/19 provides essential guidance on all aspects of HMRC’s investigative work – special civil investigations, criminal prosecutions, self-assessment enquiries, VAT and customs visits, penalties and appeals. The practical advice covers how to prepare for interviews with HMRC, revenue information powers, tax appeals and settlement negotiations, plus vital information on the relationship between tax evasion and money laundering. Of all the areas of tax law in the UK,... Read more

Law and Regulation of Tax Professionals

In the world of competing demands on the UK Exchequer and the ever increasing scrutiny of tax planning and investigations into possible tax evasion it is of fundamental importance for the tax adviser to understand and appreciate the scope of their obligations and potential liabilities. Advisers must meet the standards required by their governing professional body, adhere to the requirements of the law both as to the efficacy of the... Read more

Hamilton on Tax Appeals

The second edition of Hamilton on Tax Appeals contains key updates, including amendments to The HMRC Litigation and Settlement Strategy, to help guide readers through the entire tax appeals process, and to inform them of the likelihood that a dispute will be settled under the new regime. Other updates include the following: The extension of the jurisdiction of the First-tier Tribunal to include appeals in relation to the VAT Mini... Read more