Authorising an accountant to deal with HMRC for you
HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has a strict legal duty of confidentiality which means that they need your written permission before they can deal with your professional tax adviser or accountant.
Find out what you need to do to get an accountant or tax adviser to act on your behalf.
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