2.2.1 When discovery assessments arise

In the theoretical world, a discovery assessment is most likely to arise as a result of a self-assessment enquiry into a taxpayer in the course of which an error is identified. If HMRC have reason to believe that that the same (or a similar) error is likely to have occurred in another tax year, HMRC may well make a discovery assessment in respect of that other year.

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