The Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) supports the planned replacement of wear and tear allowance with tax relief on the cost of replacing furnishings, but has some concerns.

AG Response to the publication of the UK’s national risk assessment of money laundering and terrorist financing

The Technical Team wish to highlight to members that HMRC are now paying refunds to customers direct to the debit or credit card that was used to pay the tax bill. This new procedure will override any nomination made on the tax return to pay a

The next in our very successful series of webinars for CIOT & ATT members will look at the changes to restrict finance cost relief for individual landlords

HMRC have published their latest Agent Update.

The Association of Tax Technicians (ATT) has advised the Government that consistency in pension policy is the best way to motivate people to save more, particularly basic rate taxpayers in their twenties and thirties who are not saving enough for

The CIOT & ATT have published the results of their member survey into HMRC Powers: Penalties, Compliance Checks and Reviews. The survey ran during February 2015 and asked questions about the operation of HMRC’s powers in practice.

Revenue and Scotland provide an update on penalties and interest notice.

HMRC are warning that from 30th September some users with older internet browsers will not be able to use HMRC online services. This change affects individuals and businesses who use HMRC’s online services to interact with HMRC and whose internet

Legislative changes due to commence from April 2015 will change the way in which businesses account for VAT when offering prompt payment discounts.