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Revenue Investigation is the “Pinacle” of HM Revenue & Customs investigators.
The investigation unit has evolved over the years from an Enquiry Branch and Special Office in 2000 to a web portal 2015.
Revenue Investigation due to public demand and funding will continue to grow bigger and better..
Revenue investigation can cause stress its important to let with the best revenue investigation firm deal with yourproceedings.
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When your trading your businesses can come under revenue investigation, just take precaution, prevention is always better than cure.
We understand misunderstandings can arise and you need to be represented lawfully and in the appropriate manner at the right time.
We will ensure your representation is made to best of your interest, we will confirm all movements before hand with you.
Our revenue investigation department will provide you with a personal assistant who on a one to one basis will always make sure you know what is going on.
Each level of review may determine that evidence does not substantiate criminal charges and the investigation should not be prosecuted.
Prosecution ( Revenue Investigation)
If the Prosecution accepts the investigation, the IRS special detective will be asked by the prosecutors to assist in preparation for trial. However, once a special detective report is referred to for prosecution, the investigation is managed by the prosecutors.
Conviction or Plea
The ultimate goal of an Revenue Investigation Criminal Investigation prosecution recommendation is to obtain a conviction or plea. Approximately 3,000 criminal prosecutions per year provide a deterrent effect and signals to our compliant taxpayers that fraud will not be tolerated under any circumstances.
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The main areas Revenue Investigations is known for are investigations under Code of Practice 8 (where large amounts of tax are at stake, but where serious fraud is not suspected), and Code of Practice 9 (where very large amounts of tax are at stake and serious fraud is suspected).
Whichever Code of Practice is issued, it is a potentially very serious matter when Specialist Revenue Investigations are involved and appropriately skilled professional advice is highly recommended.