1 Complete and pay your tax return on time. If you are consistently late HMRC will suspect your processes aren’t sufficient to manage your tax obligations. If your processes aren’t sufficient, they could be inaccurate too.
3 Make sure you provide the correct P60 information. If HMRC cross-check a P60 with your return and your P60 isn’t providing the correct information, they’ll suspect there could be other issues with your return.
4 Get an accountant – HMRC are more likely to look into tax returns that are not completed by an accountant, as these are more likely to contain mistakes.
* Name and occupation have been changed as the case is still pending