I am trying to login to the Gateway to make some changes for assistants.
Door-to-door salespeople have until the end of February to come clean about any tax they owe in return for a reduced penalty.
I am struggling to set up the Adobe trust settings for the HMRC website so I can file a CT return.
HMRC has the power to take your client's business assets and sell them at auction in settlement of an unpaid tax bill. This process is called “distraint”.
New technology is spearheading HMRC’s efforts to improve transparency and close the tax gap, according to Treasury minister David Gauke.
HMRC wants to visit my office and have a general check on my client's files. Have they got a right to do it??
In April 2011 we submitted the P35 for a client. In October 2011 with no explanation HMRC penalised the client for £400 for non-submission of that P35. We appealed and our appeal was upheld.
HMRC has updated its guidance on compliance checks on taxpayers.
Mike Down and Gary Heynes from Baker Tilly raise concerns that HMRC is applying its ‘new’ penalty regime for inaccurate tax returns a bit too zealously.