An HMRC review hailing the successes of the RTI pilot scheme met a storm of criticism from payroll and software specialists who do not take such a rosy view of the online PAYE filing project.
I have recently started my own practice and have my first company client.
Accountants and payroll service providers are beginning to report minor misalignments with PAYE data submitted via RTI and cannot access the live figures to verify that they have reconciled clients
When you submit an FPS do the reports generated at that time show what details are being sent to HMRC?
Hearts Football Club has been unable to pay all of its tax bill of £100,000 that is due today (11 June). Nick Huber reports.
HMRC denied it is targeting local sports clubs after a Hertfordshire cricket club was sent a tax bill of over £14,000.
Is anyone else observing differences between tax and NIC totals reported via RTI and liabilities showing on Online Services?
I need an advice if a company has been running in losses first year since its trading and never employed or paid out dividends.
As the volume of RTI traffic surged at the end of April, AccountingWEB was swamped with rumours, warnings and panics about the new real time information (RTI) regime for PAYE.
HMRC’s habit of putting new PAYE schemes into the RTI pilot scheme without telling them is building up another rash of filing problems and penalty concerns for the end of May.
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