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How HMRC will know your personal affairs

The mythical 'over a pint' or 'on the green' tax advice conversations between non-professionals may sometimes elicit the naïve comment: 'But how will HMRC know?'

When said non-professional (let’s call him Geoffrey) seeks advice from a properly qualified and regulated tax practitioner, the response will be, 'Well Geoffrey, you will tell them!' To read more, head to Spear's Wealth Management magazine.

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