Tax dispute resolution in the UK refers to the process of resolving disputes between taxpayers and HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) over tax liabilities or tax-related issues. Disputes can arise for a variety of reasons, such as differences in interpretation of tax laws, disagreements over the amount of tax owed, or disputes over the application of tax reliefs or exemptions.


Our Tax Dispute Resolution experts are aware of how nerve-wracking and stressful HMRC interventions can be. Our team includes experts with many years of experience handling inquiries in the professional practice sector or at a senior level within HMRC. We apply this expertise and knowledge to assist you in weighing your options and moving swiftly towards a favourable resolution with HMRC. 

We adjust our services to your specific needs. This includes utilising the Contractual Disclosure Facility to resolve disputes involving tax fraud suspicions as well as exercising your right to appeal against fines and judgements.


If you’re concerned about an unreported tax issue, our team can assist you in achieving the best result. We are aware of the procedures for resolving disputes with HMRC and the potential for closing pending cases. Because of the way we collaborate with you, we have a big say in the amount of any potential fine and how long HMRC will try to collect the tax.

What we can do for you?

Investigations into tax fraud, criminal investigations, the Contractual Disclosure Facility, the Requirement to Correct (RTC), the Worldwide Disclosure Facility (WDF), and other HMRC initiatives. Compliance checks, voluntary disclosures, and tax disputes conducted by HMRC.

Each of our offices has a tax adviser who receives close support from a team of specialists in tax dispute resolution.

You can get the necessary support because we have tax advisors in each of our offices who are closely supported by a team of specialists in tax dispute resolution.

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