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HMRC - Her Majesty's Roller Coaster: Hints on how to survive a tax investigation
     

HMRC - Her Majesty's Roller Coaster: Hints on how to survive a tax investigation

by Daniel Dover, Tim Hindle
 

Most people are happy to pay their taxes. But just how much we have to pay is not always straightforward, and it is frighteningly easy for a non-specialist to get the sums wrong or to overlook some significant item.

Written with wit and humour, HMRC: Her Majesty's Roller Coaster takes the reader through the potentially stomach-churning stages of

Overview

Most people are happy to pay their taxes. But just how much we have to pay is not always straightforward, and it is frighteningly easy for a non-specialist to get the sums wrong or to overlook some significant item.

Written with wit and humour, HMRC: Her Majesty's Roller Coaster takes the reader through the potentially stomach-churning stages of what happens when Her Majesty's Revenue&Customs decide that someone has indeed got the sums wrong and not paid enough tax. It combines and updates the authors' previous books in the series, An Inspector Returns, War or Peace and The Taxman Always Rings Twice, all of them already classics of their genre.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781782830931
Publisher:
Profile Books Limited
Publication date:
09/04/2014
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
2 MB

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Meet the Author

Daniel Dover, a specialist in tax inquiries and investigations, is a partner at BDO LLP in London, and the co-author, with Tim Hindle, of the classic guides to tax inspections An Inspector Returns, War or Peace and The Taxman Always Rings Twice.

Tim Hindle is a freelance writer and editor who worked for The Economist from 1979 to 1989 and from 2000 to 2006. In the 1990s he launched a number of magazines including EuroBusiness and The Guide, an English-language introduction to the city of Istanbul.


Daniel Dover, specialist in forensic accounting, is a partner at BDO Stoy Hayward.
Tim Hindle is a former finance editor, world business editor and management editor of The Economist.

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