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For discussions relating to enquiry letters being sent out by HMRC.

  1. Sticky Thread Sticky: BIG GROUP

    Mod edit: Joining instructions. This started elsewhere but should be on its own. I have two takers so far. To clarify this BIG GROUP is ONE GROUP across ALL schemes. It does not impact action individuals may wish to take on their own or via other groups.

    Started by webberg, 24th April 2015 14:32
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  2. Sticky Thread Sticky: HMRC Scheme Enquiries (No Big Group champions or tax advisors here please)

    In order to satisfy those who feel that tax advisors have too much of a voice in this forum, feel free to use this thread (I've linked to another thread that offers the same option...

    Started by cojak, 30th January 2018 12:41
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  3. Sticky Thread Sticky: HMRC Enquiry letters on Loans from EBT and other schemes

    If you have generic questions regarding HMRC enquiries, this is the thread for you. If you have questions about your own enquiry or want to make contact with others who have used your loan scheme provider, look for the thread in this sub-forum. The first thing to point out, however: WE ARE NOT...

    Started by cojak, 11th February 2013 11:30
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  4. Sticky Thread Sticky: Montpelier DTA scheme bulletin

    This thread will provide news and information on the ongoing dispute with HMRC over the Montpelier double tax scheme (BN66/s58). It may also be of interest to deGraaf and Steed users. I will try and post an update every Friday morning, whether there is anything to report or not. The latest...

    Started by DonkeyRhubarb, 8th August 2016 18:38
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    2nd February 2018 13:44 Go to last post
  5. Sticky Thread Sticky: Disappearing loans?

    It's a common feature of these threads that lenders have become difficult to find and engage with. We have recently had some experience in this arena. In most schemes that used loans, certainly until 2011, loans were advanced by the company acting as trustee for a trust. In some cases, the...

    Started by webberg, 13th April 2017 17:12
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  6. Sticky Thread Sticky: Please read this if you are desperate and feel you are running out of options

    **Mods please consider making this a sticky. i think in the next few months/years there are going to be people coming to this forum who feel they have been blindsided by what is happening and may be desperate enough to try and take their own life and I have already seen some comments about people...

    Started by davetza, 4th December 2017 18:37
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  7. Sticky Thread Sticky: HMRC Enquiries regarding ‘Umbrella’ Companies

    Time to make this a sticky.

    Started by cojak, 15th October 2017 09:06
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  8. Sticky Thread Sticky: Discovery assessment season - unexpected bills from HMRC

    The threads are filling up with stories of unexpected bills arriving from HMRC. Whilst there is no substitute for getting proper advice that suits your own circumstances, the following general description may help reduce the shock. However if you have an accountant - ask her/him for help. If...

    Started by webberg, 9th March 2017 11:05
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  9. Sticky Thread Sticky: Tempted to join a new contractor scheme? Ask the following

    13 Questions you MUST ask about any scheme you are offered The following is based on a piece originally written by and now replicated with kind permission of Jolyon Maugham QC and first appeared on the waitingfortax blog in 2014. I have shortened it and consequently any errors are mine. ...

    Started by webberg, 12th June 2015 15:08
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  1. Asking docs for vetting process to join Sanzar/garraway/darwin by old-kent-roa

    removed the post

    Started by m786, 5th January 2015 23:26
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  2. Settlement opportunity extended until 30 June 2015

    Hi, See Tax on contractor loans: extended time limit and more information. I know a few people are getting worried about the impeding 9th deadline. It has been extended.

    Started by jbryce, 4th January 2015 12:26
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  3. Political motivation for tax persecution

    An article in the Times yesterday very accurately described the motivation behind the HMRC 'crackdown' on both individual and corporate tax avoidance. It's worth reading, simply to understand (with crystal clarity) the motivation behind the persecution we are experiencing. The article is titled...

    Started by dangerouswhensober, 4th December 2014 16:28
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  4. Inheritance Tax on Contractor Loans

    Can some one please explain in simple terms (if at all possible) how IHT may apply to contractors loans? When does this apply ? How much is the tax? Is there a threshold? If we settle with HMRC will the trust write the loans off? What will happen if loans are not written off,cleared? ...

    Started by turbowoowoo, 21st December 2014 21:23
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    22nd December 2014 16:29 Go to last post
  5. Finding an Extra COP8 anywhere??

    My tax advisor sent off asking for all the relevant information I knew i had COP8 for 2007/2008 and 2008/2009 and kept all my documentation and letters and enquiries about this and got nothing back. Now they provide a settlement figure and enclose a COP8 2006/2007 for me as well - why - I had...

    Started by Fred Flinstone, 16th December 2014 16:12
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  6. Ambulance chasers

    Quite a few of us have been through the mill with the stress of DOTAS registered EBTs. The new round of HMRC letters appear to relate to DOTAS and non DOTAS schemes. Whichever - there is an awful lot of them. When I cast my mind back to a similar flurry of HMRC activity relating to EBTs I...

    Started by jbryce, 16th December 2014 17:20
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  7. The HMRC PR Game

    Another terrible day at the office for HMRC's PR team. 100,000 tax payers getting revised tax codes will damage HMRC's credibility even further. Do we give them more powers or less? We certainly can't trust them to raid bank accounts when they chose. A few high profile Jimmy Carr's has helped...

    Started by Not Losing Any Sleep, 9th October 2014 18:54
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    8th December 2014 21:55 Go to last post
  8. HMRC Scheme Enquiries on Deceased Contractor

    A good friend of mine worked as an IT contractor for many years. He utilised an offshore company (Isle of Man) in his last role and got paid a minimum salary plus loans and high expense claims, etc. He died earlier this year. Apart from a relatively small amount yet to be paid against his...

    Started by Roger104, 8th December 2014 12:45
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    8th December 2014 19:07 Go to last post
  9. End of Judicial Review?

    Is this the beginning of the end for making government and it's departments accountable? Judicial Review reform: An attack on our legal rights? - BBC News

    Started by flamel, 1st December 2014 14:33
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    2nd December 2014 06:28 Go to last post
  10. Common themes

    I've been in this forum for a few months and a number of subjects crop up in the different threads. I thought it might be useful to bring a few together. First, a number of you entered the various schemes available in the early 2000's for a number of reasons. Most of you had no background in...

    Started by Rob79, 24th November 2014 16:15
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  11. Direct recovery of debt DRD - a dangerous step This is very worrying. Most of the professional bodies are against this even with the "stronger safeguards" in place because HMRC makes too many mistakes. I predict a JR in due course...

    Started by Rob79, 21st November 2014 11:22
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  12. COP8 Question

    Hi Quick question. Tax year 05/06. Received the COP8 letter dated April 2008. Is it correct that HMRC only have 1 year after the filing deadline ( Jan 2007) in which to open a COP8? Thanks

    Started by FTTM, 20th November 2014 12:15
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  13. Settlement or other options - Darwinpay

    Hello Members, Received email from CHD which read.. "We are pleased to advise we have an agreement in principle with HMR&C to offer you what we are a calling our “pre-pack” option." Anyone knows what is this pre-pack option? Is CH betraying the contractors and joining hands with HMRC?

    Started by junio, 19th November 2014 12:39
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  14. Unhappy Settlement Opportunity (SO) Loan Scheme pre 2011 with HMRC

    Hi All, I had the misfortune of being in a loan scheme pre 2011. I got flagged up a couple of years back. The company closed down (which owned the solution) but their legal representative started talking to HMRC collectively for all contractors who wanted to be represented. Now I have been...

    Started by harry7476, 19th November 2014 00:53
    hmrc, loan, settlement, trust
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  15. "PSC Structure" with Aston Mae - is this above board?

    Hi, I'm a web developer in London with a LTD company. I was looking for ways to reduce my tax and was recommended Aston Mae. I would like to know your opinion on whether it's above board. Below is part of the email they sent me: ----- <email content removed>

    Started by baj84, 12th November 2014 09:06
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    13th November 2014 09:27 Go to last post
  16. Tax case on jurisdiction of s 739 - ToAA - Fisher

    A decision on the above case (TC03921) was released in August this year following a hearing in February 2013. The key question was whether the UK's rules on taxation of assets transferred abroad could be defeated by 1. a need for INCOME TAX to be avoided 2. a need to be applied to...

    Started by Rob79, 7th November 2014 15:14
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  17. Is using an agency subject to DOTAS registration?

    You would have thought not. However I hear the faintest whisper of a rumour that we may soon see some form of press release from our friends at HMRC suggesting that as part of their policing of the DOTAS regime, certain agency arrangements that create a tax advantage "should be" DOTAS...

    Started by Rob79, 6th November 2014 14:27
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  18. ToAA

    For ToAA to apply, Tax avoidance should be a motive. EBT has been proven legal before and Ranger's, Deutsche, UBS all have won. So if tax benefit to contractor is because of EBT Loans and NOT by Transferring asset abroad, how can tax avoidance be a motive and thus how should ToAA apply?...

    Started by StrengthInNumbers, 3rd November 2014 15:46
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  19. Judicial Review - HMG attempt to stifle - defeated The above (113 pages) is yesterday in the House of Lords. Read pages 952 thru 982. In short HMG tried to change the terms and conditions under which a judicial review challenge could be brought. Although the debate is...

    Started by Rob79, 28th October 2014 11:17
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  20. Groups - forming, storming, norming, reforming

    The above is the commonly held behavior pattern of groups. I've been asked by a few people recently what I think about groups coming together on various schemes. The following represents my thoughts and experience and will not necessarily accord with the actions of those groups I know already exist...

    Started by Rob79, 9th October 2014 09:52
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