12 Jul 2022
Is Direct Taxpayer Access Always a Good Thing? – Andrew Park
Tax Investigations Partner, Andrew Park, examines HMRC’s guidance for individuals making voluntary disclosures of any omissions in their taxes, and explains the potential perils of this approach, in Accountancy Daily.
5 Jul 2022
How can HMRC estimate the overall tax gap at 5.1% but profess no idea about the offshore element?
Tax Investigations Partner, Andrew Park, questions how HMRC can estimate the overall tax gap to one decimal point, without knowing the extent of the offshore element, in IFA Magazine.
16 Jun 2022
Into the Lion’s Mouth – Andrew Park
Tax Investigations Partner, Andrew Park, evaluates HMRC’s guidance for individuals making disclosures of any omissions in their taxes, and explains the implications of these guidelines, in Taxation.
15 Jun 2022
What is Behind HMRC’s Unwillingness to Estimate the Offshore Tax Gap? – Andrew Park
Andrew Park examines the reasons why, despite its vast quantities offshore tax data, HMRC is unable to estimate the offshore tax gap, in FTAdviser.
1 Mar 2022
Islands in the stream? Tax enforcement and offshore data leaks – Andrew Park
Tax Investigations Partner, Andrew Park, explores the potential value of leaked offshore information to HMRC, in Solicitors Journal.
5 Dec 2018
HMRC let property campaign
HMRC encourages individuals with unreported rental profits to come forward now on preferential terms.
20 Nov 2018
US tax disclosure opportunity
IRS announces new programme for individuals who have not complied with their US tax obligations.