What is Revenue Audit?
This arises where a taxpayer has been selected by Revenue for an Audit, and involves a Revenue official visiting the place of business.
At this stage an Unprompted Qualifying Disclosure is not an option. The taxpayer may however make a “Prompted Qualifying Disclosure”.
This will help mitigate any interest and penalties arising and ensures that the taxpayer’s name will not appear on the Revenue’s list of tax defaulters. It will also ensure that the Revenue will not initiate an investigation with a view to prosecution of the taxpayer in relation to the matter disclosed.
How can we help?
At Kieran Ryan & Co. we appreciate that a Revenue audit can be a particularly stressful time for our clients, which is why we are here to help.
Our tax team have spent years working at either a senior level within the Revenue Commissioners or settling enquiries with tax authorities.
We will liaise with Revenue Commissioners on your behalf and if necessary, negotiate an agreeable settlement in compliance with revenue’s code of practice.
We work with both individuals and companies to carry out pre-audit reviews, identify the issues that Revenue have raised and determine if there is a tax liability arising.
Where an individual or corporation has an existing tax advisor, we are available to perform a review that can offer an impartial second opinion of the technical tax issues identified during the course of the Revenue audit or investigation and to provide a tailor-made solution.
Our personal tax team provides a tailored approach that responds to the specific needs and requirements of each individual client.
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