This is from the FT:

“A total of £434m was raised in tax and fines from investigations into small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) during the 2011-12 tax year. This was up from £311m in the previous 12 months.”

For more details and the full FT article go here

It’s one worth sharing with all your customers, prospects and introducers don’t you think? Who wouldn’t take up tax investigation insurance if they read this piece?

What else do you do to maximise your sales of tax investigation insurance?

How will you use this article to help your firm and help your clients?

Paul Shrimpling

Author of ‘Bamboo Marketing For Accountants’ – the route map to marketing success for accountants in practice

Creator of ‘WHAT’S POSSIBLE in your business’ – cultivating a greater flow of new clients for your accountancy firm through profitable word-of-mouth…

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