Three tax and accounting bodies have issued new guidance on letters of engagement
Real Time Information
I have just read the new Letter of Engagement Payroll Appendix and am wondering about the practical issues:
Final preparations for the roll-out of RTI from 6 April should be underway at this stage for accountants and their clients.
I don't know who drafted these letters that clients have receiving from HMRC this week. Clearly they are either feeling mischievous or they don't get out of their ivory towers much.
The advent of real time information (RTI) for PAYE is stirring up a 'fight or flight' response within the accountancy profession.
Over the last couple of years there have been many articles written about Real Time Information (RTI), from concept through to consultation and on in to detailed a
A common question I'm sure but HMRC seem have removed their FAQ's from the website.
Twitter was alive with messages about this last night, following an online Q&A session with HMRC, even Rececca B posted.
I thought there was an RTI start date 'calculator' page somewhere on HMRC Online a while ago.
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