Who we are

Who we are

The Withers Group Tax Case is led by nationally recognised tax lawyers fully backed by group action specialists Litigation Management Limited.

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Do I qualify?

If you are under scrutiny from HMRC, or have received an Advanced Payment Notice, you could be eligible to join our group action.

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What we do?

What we do?

Withers represents people in the public eye – from Pop Stars to Premier League Footballers to Politicians.

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Withers group tax case

HMRC have made a high profile move to clamp down on the use of tax avoidance schemes, and aims to have reclaimed tax from around 33,000 individuals by April 2016. Investors, promoters of these schemes, and their financial advisers are in the spotlight.

Withers and Litigation Management have joined forces to provide support for individuals, partnerships and trusts who have entered into tax planning arrangements that are now subject to HMRC scrutiny, and specifically those that have used avoidance schemes. HMRC is publishing information about their disclosure of tax avoidance schemes (DOTAS) on its website, and in many cases individuals and companies are issued with accelerated payment notices to ensure that the disputed tax is paid up front.

If you have invested in a scheme and now would like to know more about what this means, or if you have received an Advanced Payment Notice (APN) from HMRC, you will find further information on this site. You can get in touch below, and we will assess your situation and the possibility of you joining our group tax case.

News & events

16 Feb

Withers lead litigation against tax avoidance scheme promoters

Promoters of tax avoidance schemes are facing a group litigation action, brought by law firm Withers and LML, on behalfmoo

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09 Feb

Footballers “didn’t know what they were signing up to”

Intermediaries and IFAs “right across the country” are set to face legal action, according to lawyers behind a group actionmoo

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