Accountant Made a Mistake? "No Win No Fee" Assistance Available

28-01-2015

Just like any other professional, accountants can make mistakes. Some of the most common are as follows:

  • advising wrongly about the value of your business;
  • failing to advise you to register for VAT purposes, or failing to advise you how to avoid having to do so;
  • filing returns late so you incur penalties;
  • not including rental income in your tax return;
  • failing to declare a couple's joint earnings properly;
  • failing to claim for using your home as an office if you are self-employed;
  • not claiming employment expenses;
  • not claiming for gift aid on charitable donations;
  • failing to declare a business or capital loss properly;
  • not dealing with the sale of assets (i.e. shares or investments policies) properly; and
  • failing to claim mortgage interest repayments correctly.

This is not an exhaustive list - it is just an illustration of how many different types of mistakes can be made.

If you think your accountant has made a mistake, we may be able to help. Samuels are a niche professional negligence practice, specialising in claims against accountants and other professionals.

We will always consider flexible funding arrangements for clients with strong cases, including "no win no fee" (conditional fee) agreements.

If you have been let down by an accountant, contact us today for a free no obligation discussion about how we can help. 

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