What are HMRC enquiries

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They sound a bit scary, don’t they? The words ‘HMRC enquiry’ aren’t the kind of thing that anyone wants to read over their breakfast toast and they can cause real worry and anxiety. Our expert team at DSR Tax Refunds know how worrying and frustrating you may find dealing with taxation matters so we have created this handy guide to put your mind at ease. Of course, if you are a client of DSR Tax Refunds then you will already know that we deal with HMRC enquiries on behalf of our clients so there’s no need to worry at all. Call our friendly team on 0330 122 9972 and see how we might be able to help you.

What is an HMRC enquiry?

It sounds scary but often it is just HMRC just checking out a few details on your tax return or refund claim. And sometimes they just do the odd random check to make sure that everyone is following the rules and regulations they set down. So, as long as you are, there’s no need to worry.

What kind of enquiries do HMRC open?

There are a number of different types of enquiry that HMRC might raise. If you are a client of DSR Tax Refunds then you have no need to worry as we will deal with HMRC on your behalf, including any of these enquiries:

These are the main types of HMRC enquiry that we deal with on behalf of our clients. Occasionally there might be an enquiry into child benefit claims, if HMRC think you have claimed it and aren’t entitled to it, but our team can help to sort that out for you.

As you can see, it really benefits you to be a DSR Tax Refunds client. Not only do we get you your maximum rebate fast, but we also deal with HMRC on your behalf so you don’t have to. And as long as the information you have given us is accurate and complete, you can rest assured that your rebate is covered by our guarantee. So, call our friendly expert team on 0330 122 9972.

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