AccountingWEB members last week reported getting another rash of generic late-filing notices for clients whose PAYE full payment submissions (FPSs) had been sent well before the monthly deadlin
Real Time Information
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
I've managed my friends payroll using HMRC's basic tools.
The government web gateway and HMRC’s PAYE computers slowed to a standstill as a result of the volume of RTI submissions that started arriving on Friday 11 Apri
I am very confused and would appreciate clarification if anyone has any more detailed knowledge.
I have a client who wishes to pay the director (the only employee) annually. How do I set this up with HMRC so they are only expecting one FPS per year? Is there an RTI submission I can make?
Somehow in using online banking we omitted part of our PAYE reference when paying HMRC. The amounts were allocated in one case to the previous year and in another to "suspense".
HMRC has announced that its semi-annual software upgrade will take place over the weekend of 5-6 April.
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