Everyone in business must keep records. Keeping good records is very important to your business. Good records will help you do the following:
If HMRC decide to look at your business records they will usually contact you by letter. You must keep business records to fill in your tax returns correctly, and pay the right amount of tax at the right time to avoid interest and penalties. The telephone call should take between 10 and 15 minutes.
From the replies you give, the HMRC officer: The visit will usually take around 2 hours.
On the visit, the HMRC officer will: This will be the end of your business records check. The officer will advise what you need to do to make your records adequate and what will happen next.
You must make sure all the information your adviser supplies to HMRC is accurate. Possible outcomes of a check If there are no problems with your records If your records are found to be adequate the visiting officer will tell you on the visit and then confirm it in writing a few days later.
If you need to improve your record keeping If your records are inadequate you may have to pay a record-keeping penalty.
But before this happens, HMRC will give you the chance and more time to bring them up to an adequate standard. HMRC will tell you what improvements you must make, and will offer you as much help and support as you need to achieve this.
This will usually be within 3 months of the first visit. If your tax needs to be checked If, during the business records check, HMRC identify that your tax returns may be inaccurate, the visiting officer will pass your details to other HMRC teams.
They may then contact you to carry out a check into your tax return. From 20 October Business Record Checks have been wound down. Whilst HMRC will no longer initiate new business records checks, we remain committed to helping businesses to keep better records.
If you have received an initial letter from us we will still complete the telephone questionnaire. If required a visit will be arranged.
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