ATT press releases

The European Commission’s Director-General for Taxation and Customs Union has announced the appointment of the Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) as a member of the EU VAT Forum for a three year period starting in October 2015.

Legislation published today delivers on a promise made to professional bodies by the Government that debtors who dispute claims that they owe HMRC money will be able to appeal to the County Court before HMRC has the right to take the money

The new President of the Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) will today stake out a robust defence of the ‘responsible centre ground of tax planning’, arguing that the business or individual taxpayer which does not plan ahead opens

Yesterday’s announcement by the Chancellor that mortgage interest relief for residential landlords will be restricted to the basic rate will end the current parity between the treatment of residential and commercial property and potentially

The Chancellor today announced that the Employment Allowance, designed to help businesses who employ staff to reduce their national insurance bill, will be increased to £3,000.

The Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) has welcomed the Chancellor’s announcement of an increase in the Annual Investment Allowance (AIA) to £200,000. However, the charity has warned that businesses could be very confused about what the

The Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) has praised HMRC for adopting a more pragmatic and proportionate approach to levying penalties for late filing.

The ATT has welcomed the Government’s announcement that proposed legislation on an exemption from income tax for ‘trivial’ benefits will be delayed. The ATT had voiced concern that the proposals could have required employers to declare and tax

Two leading professional bodies for tax practitioners have responded to today’s call from the Government for professional bodies to do more in relation to professional standards and tax avoidance.

The Chancellor announced in yesterday’s budget that the Government will introduce, from April 2016, a new Personal Savings Allowance that will allow basic rate taxpayers to receive £1,000 worth of interest tax-free and higher rate taxpayers £500