HMRC wants to know what tax advisers think about its employment income manuals which have been recently moved to new government portal GOV.UK.
The Revenue has been moving its online content across to the new platform since 2012.
The employment income manual, which HMRC says has been tested by tax professionals, is accurate up to 8 May 2014.
“We know that there are some problems with the content as a result of doing a very quick low-tech migration, so you may see some unusual characters appear in the titles,” HMRC said.
“For example – stars instead of bold text; broken tables etc. None of these will be present when the HMRC manuals fully move to GOV.UK, so you don’t need to report them.”
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