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ontheedge
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Postby ontheedge » Tue Nov 16, 2004 7:39 am

Can the Revenue prosecute you if they deem that you have been fraudulent and/ or have not declared all earnings for tax ?

amccann@dtegroup.com
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Postby amccann@dtegroup.com » Tue Nov 16, 2004 9:49 am

Yes in serious cases of fraud the Inland Revenue has a policy to prosecute.In none prosecution cases matters progress under the caution provided by PACE.A voluntary disclosure is recommended to mitigate penalties and hopefully avoid prosecution.
I specialise in dealing with such matters and if you wish to discuss please call me on 0161 767 1291 or 07715 755238.
Alan McCann CTA ATT
Director of Taxation
DTE Business Advisory Services Limited


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