Contractor Among Contractors
1. It is not enough that HMRC has the information from third parties. They have asked YOU and YOU are now obliged to supply the information.
Originally Posted by Sharkoots
2. Have you ever seen a DOTAS submission? It's very basic and DOES NOT contain the sort of detail that HMRC want and are entitled to ask for. The form will NOT allow HMRC to make a decision.
I fear that CHS and IQ are playing dodge ball with you. IQ I can sort of understand but if CHS are meant to be professional advisers registered with and subject to the rules of a professional body (ICAEW/CIOT/etc) then they are falling well short of their obligations. (I have no information of what/who CHS are).
Any competent professional adviser can help you.
Some are more specialist than others and these threads will have the details you need.