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Who needs to know this?

Any businesses that received support from the government during the Covid-19 pandemic should be aware of HMRC’s efforts to target abuse of those schemes.

Why is it important?

Given HMRC’s focus in this area, business owners should be satisfied that all claims made were correct. If not, we recommend having the claims reviewed.

If a disclosure of fraud or error is necessary, specialist advice should be sought as an incomplete disclosure could lead to genuine claims being scrutinised and HMRC asking questions into other areas of the business.

If communication is received from HMRC suggesting that claims were incorrect or stating that an enquiry or investigation has been opened, we recommend seeking advice from our Tax Dispute Resolution experts.

The latest updates

The world of tax is constantly changing, so keep up to date on all our news, views and opinions

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Tax firm announces appointment of Associate Tax Partner

19 February 2024

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Self-Assessment & Tax Penalties – a question of proportionality?

8 February 2024

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You’re working for no one but me (taxman)!

22 January 2024

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Record year for Claritas Tax

10 January 2024

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Claritas opens two new offices to start 2024

3 January 2024

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Claritas Tax advise Management on the sale to Phenna Group

6 December 2023

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