The traditional P45 form summarising tax paid at then the end of an employment will remain in use after a change of heart at HMRC.
HMRC’s programme of Business Record Checks is going back to the drawing board.
With Self Assessment season over for another year, Robert Lovell looks back at practitioners' experiences during the last month.
Members of AccountingWEB's Working Together eGroup have started a thread questioning HMRC's timetable for sending out new tax codes.
Is it just me or does HMRC's own software calculate tax on interest incorrectly?
Accountants have labelled the construction industry as those most likely to provide incorrect information on their tax returns, according to a new survey.
A woman raising two children whose salary fell by half after separating from her alcoholic husband won an appeal against a late tax payment surcharge.
The government has unveiled proposals to ban cash payments for scrap metal in an attempt to stop the rising problem of metal theft.
Clients without unique tax reference (UTR) numbers are a bane at this time of year, and create a new complication for advisers getting their heads around the new automatic late-filing penalty r
Mark Lee reviews the history of the January rush and wonders if it will ever change.