New Disclosure Opportunity (Mark 2)
Whilst most people using the NDO to disclose details of income and profits derived from foreign assets are likely to face a penalty of 10%, customers of the high street banks who received letters under the 2007 Offshore Disclosure Facility, but chose not to contact HMRC, will face a 20% penalty if they now use the NDO to make a disclosure.
The advice in our previous blog holds good; if you think this may affect you, take professional advice as soon as possible.
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David Mansell is a Tax partner at Mercer & Hole.
Date: 25th June, 2009
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