Following discussions with HMRC, we have provided the attached guidance for members in connection with letters that they may have received recently from HMRC about the serial tax avoidance legislation in Finance Act 2016 Schedule 18.
A critical report that calls for a far more cautious approach by the Government to the roll-out of Making Tax Digital and a delay to the scheme from the planned 2018 to 2020, has been welcomed by the Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT), the
The Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) has said that while welcome, the delay to Making Tax Digital for small businesses does not go far enough to allay its concerns about the roll out and implementation.
A revised version of Professional Conduct in Relation to Taxation comes into effect on 1 March 2017. All members were notified of these changes on 1 November 2016, and are particularly important as these new guidelines state that members “
The Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) says that the timeframe for compulsory quarterly reporting as envisaged in the Government’s Making Tax Digital project must be extended despite welcoming changes to the scheme announced by HMRC today