What you need to know to successfully manage tax audits and negotiate tax write-offs and instalment arrangements
What do you do if your client gets a “risk review letter” or an “audit letter”? What is the best strategy for dealing with Inland Revenue? Should you “fight them on the beaches”, try to do a deal or just concede?
And what about when your client simply is not in a position to pay their taxes? How do you convince Inland Revenue to agree to an instalment arrangement and/or write off taxes, penalties and interest?
This webinar provides practical guidance on how to manage tax audits, including what to do (and what not to do) when Inland Revenue first makes contact, when and how to make a voluntary disclosure, and how to deal with each stage of the disputes resolution process. It will also consider strategies for negotiating instalment arrangements and tax write-offs.
22 November 2018
Accountants of all levels, tax lawyers, and others who advise clients on tax audits or assist with negotiating instalment arrangements or tax write-offs
Stephen Tomlinson, Partner, Tomlinson Law
1.5 CPD hours