HMRC and iXBRL (again)
Last year we submitted our accounts and tax on-line, using the HMRC service, with no problems, but this year, we can not do so, because the HMRC on-line service no longer accepts companies with share premium in their balance sheet.
As we are still in time, I have submitted our 2010 accounts by mail, but this does seem to be a step backwards. We are a very small company, and should not need to use (and pay for) an agent to submit our accounts for us.
Does anyone know why they have done this, or, more importantly, know if they intend to put this facility back? Rebecca, I appreciate that it is not a major concern for most of us on here, but could it be taken up at the next working party?
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