RTI teething troubles over the weekend spilled over into the first week of the new tax year as HMRC’s upgraded computers struggled to cope with the workload.
The latest Agent Update 34 from HMRC reveals that HMRC plans to introduce new online services for tax advisers to support i
Rebecca Benneyworth responds to some of the quirks of RTI raised by AccountingWEB members during recent weeks. Click the headings below to go to the issue you want to research.
With one month to go before the introduction of real time information for PAYE, the
HMRC received a record 9.61m tax returns this self assessment season, with a higher number filing online than in previous years.
While online filing removes the pressure of being bogged down with paperwork, it does throw up another concern - client data security.
HMRC reassured taxpayers and accountants that its Self Assessment Online services will be fully available ahead of the 31 January filing deadline.
HMRC’s long-term strategy for mandatory iXBRL tagging has been watered down as a result of recent consultations on its “digital by default” strategy.
A year on from the introduction of mandatory efiling of iXBRL company accounts with Corporation Tax returns, HMRC and software suppliers have been offering feedback on the progress made so far.
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- Prescribed particulars (of rights attached to shares) 71,689 43
- RTI troublespots: Low paid directors 31,106 128
- iXBRL/XBRL Accounts 29,720 14
- The IT Zone guide to payroll services and software - 2008 update 23,689 2