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    You are incorrect in saying that WTT is not taking new members.

    WTT is open, willing and able to help you with the notices you have (FN and STAR) but it will have to be as a personal client and not as a member of Big Group.

    Big Group is closed and will reopen later in April.

    Call us.

    (Other advisers are available of course).

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    Quote Originally Posted by outofthesand View Post
    Hi,

    Iím a newbie. History: I took on my 1st ever contract in 2006 and Reed agency referred me to DeGraaf and sold on the basis Ďitís all been approved by HMRCí. I must have been guilty of naÔvety I guess. I left scheme 2008. HMRC views DeGraaf the same scheme as MP, subject to the same rulings, Iíve had the same FNís (issued January, deadline 11/4), and last week the new weird request (which at first glance appears to be the same thing again, deadline 6/4). MP scheme was much bigger than DeGraaf, their support dried up years ago & they no longer exist. Iíve been ploughing a lonely furrow for the past couple of years, but after the FNís came in (which I didnít understand then), I decided I needed advice, found this forum. I did try to sign up to WTT & NTRT - neither are taking new members as we know, so this forum is my only source of advice.

    From what Iíve read, I think in my case itís time to throw the towel in. But despite not owing vast sums, I canít pay. I want to go down the LoR route to buy a little time.. However I have no idea what an LoR looks like, what sort of thing it says, what points I am supposed to be making. Can anyone offer any pointers here??

    N.B. Iím not trying to be unfair like attempting to get hold of stuff for free that other people may have had to pay for, Iím just a normal guy who has no access to support (even the paid kind it appears - not that I can afford to anyway) and is hoping someone has a basic steer for what on earth it is I have to do, as i simply haven't a clue when it comes to writing an LoR.
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    Hi All,

    Does anyone have any advice on how to respond to the STAR4 letters to hmrc we've received in the post ? I'm not getting a response from Montpelier.

    I've only been apart of the Montpelier DTA scheme. If I sign "Part 3" on the form and send it back would that be sufficient to meet their (hmrc) requirements and end any further enquiries?

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by samson View Post
    Hi All,

    Does anyone have any advice on how to respond to the STAR4 letters to hmrc we've received in the post ? I'm not getting a response from Montpelier.

    I've only been apart of the Montpelier DTA scheme. If I sign "Part 3" on the form and send it back would that be sufficient to meet their (hmrc) requirements and end any further enquiries?

    thanks
    I have seen nothing yet - I will update you if I hear anything.

    Have you asked on the STAR thread?
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    thanks BrilloPad, I never knew there was such a thread I'll take a look

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    Default Representations in respot of APN's / FN

    Received today HMRC responses - Montpellier representations all been rejected. No more representaions will be considered as statutory period is passed (90 days after receipt of original notice) - so basically THE END

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    Quote Originally Posted by MickyB View Post
    Received today HMRC responses - Montpellier representations all been rejected. No more representaions will be considered as statutory period is passed (90 days after receipt of original notice) - so basically THE END
    Sorry to hear that.

    Have you passed it onto MP? What do they say to do?

    Be very careful not to incur penalties....
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    Quote Originally Posted by MickyB View Post
    Received today HMRC responses - Montpellier representations all been rejected. No more representaions will be considered as statutory period is passed (90 days after receipt of original notice) - so basically THE END
    Same here. I'm assuming it's the end, though I'm sure Montp won't admit it.

    What now:

    1 Copy the letter to Montp for them to come up with a reply

    or

    2 Just pay up

    I'm relatively fortunate in that I have a CTD which I think should cover my liability.

    If taking option 2, should I inform Montp before or after settling with HMRC?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mossman View Post
    Same here. I'm assuming it's the end, though I'm sure Montp won't admit it.

    What now:

    1 Copy the letter to Montp for them to come up with a reply

    or

    2 Just pay up

    I'm relatively fortunate in that I have a CTD which I think should cover my liability.

    If taking option 2, should I inform Montp before or after settling with HMRC?
    I heard a rumour MP are launching a JR. There is a chance they could get an injunction stopping the penalties.

    Personally I would wait until 1 week before the due date before settling. Also, I would not tell Montpelier anything. Just stop communicating with them.

    DO NOT INCUR PENALTIES.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BrilloPad View Post
    Also, I would not tell Montpelier anything. Just stop communicating with them.
    Why?

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