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    Quote Originally Posted by EviLConan View Post
    Thanks,

    I'm working on the assumption that I will need to pay up on the APN, in my case its only a few months worth of earnings so I'm not as bad as others who have been in schemes for years. I do feel for those that are facing bigger bills than me.

    Assuming that the APN stands and needs to be paid, has anyone (schemes/collectives/individuals) had any success to date in pushing HMRC to settle? & then getting an APN paid back? I keep hearing that the recent Rangers case potentially provides an argument that may be used as a grounds of getting the APN monies back, though has anyone used this argument successfully and got the APN back yet? Or is it all still just in discussion?
    Some with MP DTA did get APN refunded as it should never have been issued.

    Personally I have only heard of one time HMRC settled on a scheme - back in 2002. It is rare - generally where HMRC have a completely unwinnable case. And it tends to be kept private.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EviLConan View Post
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    I'm working on the assumption that I will need to pay up on the APN, in my case its only a few months worth of earnings so I'm not as bad as others who have been in schemes for years. I do feel for those that are facing bigger bills than me.

    Assuming that the APN stands and needs to be paid, has anyone (schemes/collectives/individuals) had any success to date in pushing HMRC to settle? & then getting an APN paid back? I keep hearing that the recent Rangers case potentially provides an argument that may be used as a grounds of getting the APN monies back, though has anyone used this argument successfully and got the APN back yet? Or is it all still just in discussion?
    Don't assume anything with all this mess !! Get professional advice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by regron View Post
    Don't assume anything with all this mess !! Get professional advice.
    Getting professional advice on settling now is good. On settling later it is debatable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EviLConan View Post
    Thanks,

    I keep hearing that the recent Rangers case potentially provides an argument that may be used as a grounds of getting the APN monies back, though has anyone used this argument successfully and got the APN back yet?

    Where do you hear that ?

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    I do hope you did not go with Martyn Arthur. He is a crook who makes money out of other people's misery. No qualifications and vastly over-inflates his experience, knowledge and standing. This may be a bit late (hopefully you're sorted by now) but I would advise anyone thinking of talking to this man or anyone at his company (one of a number as he keeps closing and opening under a new name) to give them a very wide bearth. He asks for huge sums upfront and then does nothing to help and in fact actively hinders in some instances. Avoid at all costs.



    Quote Originally Posted by WEBVAT View Post
    Hi,

    I am a new member of the forum, i have been following this forum but joined today, I got this APN letter from HMRC with huge figures. I am with AML, they said that they are dealing with the tax issue as they have Tax investigation officers from KPMG. What HMRC has done is completely wrong.

    Recently I got a letter from HMRC saying that the appeal/representation is not successfully and it has not met two conditions and HMRC said i need to pay the amount by end of Feb 28th, which i can't afford to pay.

    I told to AML that i can't pay but they are saying to speak to HMRC to make a time scale to pay, even though i stressed that i can't pay.

    AML said they are working on the case, not sure when they will get the result and told to start paying to avoid penalties.

    When I was browsing the internet, i came across the two tax specialists Tax Investigation And Tax Tribunal Help - Martyn F Arthur and Lynam tax consultants, they said that worked on this type of Tax issues and can help, but not sure about the end result.

    Also i came accross the WTT consulting, did anyone join this and how do they help as already AML has made a representation and appeal.

    Please friends please suggest what to do and how to go about. I am in a totally panic state.

    Thanks

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