IFAs rush to insure against HMRC probes

Laura Miller

IFAs are increasingly taking out business disruption insurance against regulatory investigations, according to a City law firm.

Nervous advisers feel they may be next on the HMRC's ‘hit list' after it probed tax professionals for promoting what it deems ‘unacceptable tax avoidance schemes', says Reynolds Porter Chamberlain (RPC)....

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