What is a personal liability notice?

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Fraud or neglect of a director or shareholder or officer!

The personal liability notice was introduced by Section 64 of the Social Security Act 1998 and came in to effect from 6th April 2009. The personal liability notice system was introduced to tackle perceived abuse of the National Insurance system and to act as a ...

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Offshore Bank accounts — a tightening up of HMRC’s Regime

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The March 2015 Budget indicated steep increase in HMRC’s ‘war’ on offshore tax evasion.

A proposed introduction of a ‘strict liability’ criminal offence for offshore evasion in the most draconian

 Strict liability means that if you have undeclared liabilities relating to an offshore account you are by definition guilty – the absence of any intention to evade tax ...

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Volutary Dislcoures

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If you have a voluntary disclosure to make, Lindsay can help you to secure the best possible outcome using her 30 year experience both inside and outside  the Inland Revenue

As a gamekeeper turned poacher she uses her experience and skills to identify at the outset how an approach to HMRC can best be made. Through ...

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Alternative dispute resolution

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HMRC offer Alternative dispute resolution ( ADR) time-efficient way to resolve your dispute with them.

Lindsay has much experience in this field often where all else has failed to reach a settlement.

If you have a dispute with HMRC that you have been unable to settle through negotiation, you may wish to consider using alternative dispute resolution ...

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