There are areas of tax which seem to be simple or too good to be true. For example, if you buy and sell residential properties on regular basis then anti-avoidance legislation may apply to you and the gains from the sale will be subject to the income tax rather than the capital gains tax.
There is more than one anti-avoidance legislation that can apply to a taxpayer. If you or your accountant thinks that anti-avoidance legislation may apply to you, please get in touch with us and we will consider your circumstances and advise accordingly.
If you have been issued a notice by HMRC regarding the investigation of your tax return, we can help you with your case.
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