Good advice essential following negligent tax advice

10th June 2015 by

Claims for negligent tax advice should be made as soon as possible before the closure of important time windows; typically six years from the date on which the advice was received.

With high numbers of wealthy people who invested in now disputed tax minimisation schemes facing bills from HM Revenue & Customs, it is essential that they seek legal advice in relation to their possible rights under a claim for negligent tax advice, or risk missing out on the opportunity to receive compensation.

This is particularly true for so-called “naïve” investors who trusted professional advisors to handle their tax management in a responsible way only to have the same tax advisors treat them as “sophisticated” investors.

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