Member Since: 9th Jul 2012
22nd Mar 2019
I've had 2 clients in recent months who have been advised that there is a warrant out for their arrest in relation to an HMRC debt. Thankfully both contacted me for reassurance before taking any action. If only all clients were that sensible...
20th Mar 2019
Well brace yourselves. My colleague's brother works at HMRC and tells her they have just trained up a whole load of them to start a campaign on CIS again. Oh joy.
22nd Jan 2018
I think they're probably rubbing their hands together, waiting for the raft of late payment charges that will be coming their way. Its all part of a cunning plan...
6th Nov 2017
Same here which is why I was so disappointed when I found out this stupid situation would be carrying on for yet another year.
9th Aug 2017
I have had a good half dozen reminders for late
P11ds to be submitted where there were benefits and P11ds were submitted online in plenty of time. Its infuriating.
7th Aug 2017
Same happened with mine, I asked my software providers and they said I needed to identify them as 'other' rather than as shares. As long as you mention in the white space exactly what has been sold I presume (hope..) HMRC wouldn't have a problem with this.
28th Jun 2017
Does anyone know when agents are supposed to be able to go in online and make changes to their clients' tax codes? Or has that been shelved?
19th May 2017
Were you using HMRC's own software?
30th Mar 2017
A lot of people seem to have mis-read how this will work. Your software will calculate the tax correctly. When you try and file it online it will be rejected because your correct calculation won't agree with HMRC's incorrect calculation. It is at that stage that you will know that it has to be printed off your software and filed manually.
30th Mar 2017
And to add insult to injury the HMRC site is currently 'experiencing technical difficulties'. If they can't get their own tax rules right on their software, how are the going to cope with MTD, as everyone is saying. Technical difficulties will, I fear, be a regular problem as they struggle to cope.