Claritax Books have today published a fourth edition of this guide to an important area of tax law. The author, who has been involved in many of the leading cases, explains the scope and the limitations of HMRC’s powers and offers practical advice on ways in which discovery assessments may legitimately be challenged.
The newly published edition has been extensively updated. Follow the link below for more details.
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Discovery Assessments, by tax barrister Keith Gordon, is a detailed, clearly written guide to the law and practice in this area. Based on the author’s personal involvement in many leading cases, the book contains much practical advice explaining when and how such assessments may be challenged.