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The Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) is alerting taxpayers that HMRC is starting to issue late filing penalties for self-assessment income tax returns this week. The penalty for missing the filing deadline of 31 January 2019 for a 2017/

HMRC have asked us to draw attention to their following notice about forthcoming Talking Points meetings.

From today, an estimated half a million1 VAT registered businesses must comply with the requirements of Making Tax Digital. But the CIOT and ATT are warning businesses against making a false start with Making Tax Digital by signing up

A tax change taking effect from next month means that non-UK residents must pay tax on all UK land disposals - both residential and commercial. This has led the Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) to alert non-UK residents who sell any UK

HMRC have asked us to draw attention to their following notice about forthcoming Talking Points meetings.

It is just a little over a week until most VAT registered businesses will be required to start complying with the requirements of Making Tax Digital and the ATT and CIOT caution businesses that HMRC’s promised ‘light touch’ on penalties does not

Are you supervised by ATT for AML? If so you will need to renew your AML registration by 31 May 2019.

HMRC have asked us to draw attention to their following notice about forthcoming Talking Points meetings.

Responding to this afternoon’s Written Ministerial Statement on Making Tax Digital (MTD),1 Adrian Rudd, Chair of the joint CIOT/ATT Digitalisation and Agent Strategy Working Group, said:

HMRC have asked us to draw attention to their following notice about forthcoming Talking Points meetings.