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Business Rescue Limited

You may have heard on the grapevine that HM Revenue & Customs, (HMRC) has become a lot more aggressive in its collection of unpaid tax. It?s a fact that HMRC is now responsible for 58% of all petitions for the winding-up of companies, compared to 42% in 2001. It is thought that HMRC''s increase in debt collection is down to its loss of preferred creditor status and the present recession the country is in. As a former VAT Inspector, I can say that HMRC aren?t in any way bothered about your company, and if it feels that a company isn''t going to be able to pay within the time allotted, then they are now, more than ever before, fully prepared to pull the plug If your company is experiencing difficulties with HMRC then I believe I can help. My name is Eamonn Saunders and I am a double business graduate and a former HM Revenue & Customs VAT Inspector. My business today is to use my specialist knowledge and advanced business skills to recover unclaimed VAT and reduce your tax liability to HMRC. I am a specialist in tax liability evaluation and have previously saved a number of companies from winding-up by HM Revenue & Customs over the years by challenging liabilities and in many cases eliminating it. We have also recovered over ?4million in tax liability for our clients?, one company was even told to stop trading but within 24 hours of contacting me, the order was rescinded and repayment of ?187k from HMRC was later recovered in order to facilitate company cash flow for a period of 90 days. It was like a free loan to the company. You will have probably correctly guessed by now that I am not very popular with my former employer! If you are having difficulties with HMRC or want to improve the ?margin of safety? in the business by having a tax review (which is where most of the money is recovered) then don?t delay, get in touch and we can start to help immediately.

Unit E, Benson House, 98-104 Lombard Street
Birmingham
West Midlands
B12 0QR
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Keywords - VAT help - Tax planning - CIS - HMRC - VAT recovery

VAT help
Tax planning
CIS
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You may have heard on the grapevine that HM Revenue & Customs, (HMRC) has become a lot more aggressive in its collection of unpaid tax. It?s a fact that HMRC is now responsible for 58% of all petitions for the winding-up of companies, compared to 42% in 2001. It is thought that HMRC''s increase in debt collection is down to its loss of preferred creditor status and the present recession the country is in. As a former VAT Inspector, I can say that HMRC aren?t in any way bothered about your company, and if it feels that a company isn''t going to be able to pay within the time allotted, then they are now, more than ever before, fully prepared to pull the plug If your company is experiencing difficulties with HMRC then I believe I can help. My name is Eamonn Saunders and I am a double business graduate and a former HM Revenue & Customs VAT Inspector. My business today is to use my specialist knowledge and advanced business skills to recover unclaimed VAT and reduce your tax liability to HMRC. I am a specialist in tax liability evaluation and have previously saved a number of companies from winding-up by HM Revenue & Customs over the years by challenging liabilities and in many cases eliminating it. We have also recovered over ?4million in tax liability for our clients?, one company was even told to stop trading but within 24 hours of contacting me, the order was rescinded and repayment of ?187k from HMRC was later recovered in order to facilitate company cash flow for a period of 90 days. It was like a free loan to the company. You will have probably correctly guessed by now that I am not very popular with my former employer! If you are having difficulties with HMRC or want to improve the ?margin of safety? in the business by having a tax review (which is where most of the money is recovered) then don?t delay, get in touch and we can start to help immediately.