08 August 2018
Rumour has it that HMRC is taking a harder stance on the application of penalties during enquiries. This translates to them applying the penalty for deliberate behaviour to situations that others might characterise as no more than a failure to take reasonable care. The primary effect of this is to increase the maximum penalty loading for a prompted case from 30% to 70%. In our latest Croner Tax Briefing, Senior Tax Consultant Neil Tipping examines how the case of Mr Anthony Clyne v The Commissioners for H M Revenue & Customs  highlights the problems that are being faced. To access this briefing, simply click the download button.Download
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