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Appeals and tribunals

A client has had a VAT inspection followed by a Letter of Direction from HMRC withdrawing her use of the Flat Rate Scheme and requesting further information in order to back date the withdrawal. I have already appealed to HMRC about the decision, which has been turned down. I still disagree with the decision. Should I go ahead and supply the further information required before appealing to a tribunal (ie after HMRC have calculated the amount of VAT they want to claw back), or appeal firstly against the decision before any numbers are discussed.? Thanks.
Nicola

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  • NicolaHobbsNicolaHobbs Registered Posts: 4
    HMRC regard the business as having too close an association with 2 other companies. I have decided to send the further information but to make it clear that I still disagree and ask for a review by a senior office.
    Nicola
  • NicolaHobbsNicolaHobbs Registered Posts: 4
    Thank you that's very helpful
    Nicola
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