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please let me know when the decision was made?
the decision was made on 18 December 2014. Which I received on 29th December 2014. I sent a letter on 5th January 2015 to say that I dispute her decision and received a letter asking me do I want the review to be made by and third party or HMRC internal.
Thank you. There is a set process that you need to follow which needs to be adopted.
What is that please???
They will review it and it should be done by someone not connected with the current matter
Basically someone else at HMRC looks at it
If you then disagree with that outcome then you can appeal to the VAT Tribunal
That is a totally independent body and they will hear your appeal
They will either agree or disagree with you
Is it better to ask third party external or internal??
You cant go to a Tribunal until you have had it reviewed
So process is:
1) Internal review
2) VAT Tribunal
Is it better to get someone to act on my behalf??
VAT Tribunal yes. Internal appeal no
Can I clarify anything about this today please?
information please see:
HMRC have also offered as an alternative ADR(Alternative Dispute Resolution) this involves a third party facilitator.
Which one do I go for?
1) Internal review first
2) Then ADR
3) Then Tribunal
In that order
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