It’s approaching that time of year again.
A small children’s playgroup managed by volunteers has lost an appeal against penalties for filing its tax return late.
Not being able to speak English and relying on an accountant are not reasonable excuses for late payment of a tax penalty, a tribunal has ruled.
Businesses who file late tax returns will face an escalating penalty based on their size and the number of months the return isn't filed.
The first tier tribunal has rejected three RTI penalty appeals from the same accounting firm after it experienced problems filing end-of-year annual returns for 20
A string of decisions arising from the transition to real time information (RTI) have started to crop up at tribunal with two recent cases going in the taxpayer’s
Slightly concerned - this latest incarnation of Basic tools includes a data item reading as follows:
STOP PRESS (12 Feb): HMRC has announced that it will delay the introduction of automatic penalities for late filing and late payment following a series of teething troubles with the online fili