Tax &

Kangs has considerable experience in advising corporate clients, directors, employees and individuals in relation to tax investigations and prosecutions, including those conducted by His Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC). We represent clients throughout the country in relation to HMRC tax investigations and prosecutions from our offices in London, Birmingham and Manchester.

Kangs is ranked in Band 1 nationally by the legal directory, Chambers UK, for its work in financial crime and fraud investigations.

We advise and defend companies, directors, senior executives and those in regulated professions, in allegations of tax fraud. The cases are often complex involving multi-jurisdictional investigations. We are nationally recognised for our MTIC, Kittel and VAT fraud cases, and have been involved in many of the leading cases in recent years. 

We also provide advice to businesses and individuals into breaches of money laundering regulations and offences related to the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002. 

Tax & HMRC
KANGS has successfully represented a client who was the subject of an HMRC compliance check into her Self-Assessment Tax Returns. Tim Thompson of KANGS explains how this successful result was achieved. The Nature of HMRC Compliance Checks When HMRC wishes to ensure that an individual, business or company is complying with their obligations to declare […]
Financial Investigations, Tax & HMRC
HMRC faces the ongoing challenge of tackling ‘Supply Chain VAT Fraud’ and recovering unpaid VAT. VAT fraud is a common occurrence, particularly within sectors like the building industry and in a recent article titled ‘Umbrella Company Fraud,’ we detailed how this type of fraud is operated by the creation of fictitious supply chain companies in […]
Financial Investigations, Tax & HMRC
The Finance Act 2024 (‘The Act’), received Royal Assent on the 22 February 2024. Among its provisions is the implementation of several tax reliefs and exemptions, new criminal offences related to Tax Avoidance Schemes, and an increase in maximum terms of imprisonment for individuals convicted of tax offences. Hamraj Kang highlights the Act to the […]

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