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FORTHCOMING CHANGE: Finance Bill 2020–21 will introduce a new information notice that HMRC may issue to anyone it suspects of being involved in the supply of arrangements that should have been disclosed, and a power for HMRC to issue a scheme reference number if the requested information is not forthcoming. The change will apply from Royal Assent to the Finance Bill. For more information, see News Analysis: Draft Finance Bill 2020–21—promoters and enablers of tax avoidance schemes.
This Practice Note covers the procedural aspects of the rules on the disclosure of tax avoidance schemes (DOTAS) applying to income tax, corporation tax, capital gains tax (CGT), National Insurance contributions (NICs), stamp duty land tax (SDLT), inheritance tax, the annual tax on enveloped dwellings (ATED) and the apprenticeship levy. It covers time limits, how to make a disclosure, scheme reference numbers, information powers, client lists and penalties.
The general principles of the DOTAS rules for income tax, corporation tax, CGT and NICs, including the circumstances in which they apply, the hallmarks and who has a duty to make a disclosure, are covered in Practice Note: Disclosure of tax avoidance schemes—income tax, corporation tax, CGT and NICs.
For the rules on disclosing:
stamp duty land tax (SDLT) avoidance, see Practice Note: Disclosure of tax avoidance schemes—SDLT
avoidance of VAT and other indirect taxes, including the related procedural rules, see Practice
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