A registered letter from the tax authorities has reached you: it may be a simple request for information;
or, if the tax authorities have identified anomalies in your file as part of a documentary check, a proposal for rectification, friendly wording to designate a rectification in good and due form.
Whatever its nature and its object, this kind of missive is never very pleasant to receive.
Nothing to despair, however: in the context of the tax audit, it is possible to negotiate certain points, as explained by the professionals that
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Tax administration is far from closed to discussion.
Adversarial exchanges between tax officials and taxpayers, provided for by law, are even encouraged;
they sometimes reserve happy surprises for those who are in good faith.
1. Ask for a delay
In theory, the taxpayer has a period of 30 days from receipt of the proposal for…
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