You can appeal against a decision about VAT if you don’t agree with it.
If you receive a decision about VAT from HMRC and you don’t agree with it or want to query it you can do so or you can ask your agent to do so.
You normally have 30 days to appeal and you do so in writing to HMRC.
If you disagree with the decision made you can either:
- Ask HMRC to review the decision
- As the tax tribunal to hear your appeal
- Consider alternative dispute resolution
We would recommend that you use the services of an experienced agent to deal with any of these methods of appeal and we would be happy to help you.
If you would like any guidance about how best to deal with HMRC and how to appeal any decision made by HMRC then why not get in touch and we can talk it through with you.
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