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HMRC have provided a further informal update on PAYE related matters for sharing. The update covers P11D(b) Return of Class 1A NICs, RTI timing of real time PAYE returns, RTI webinar, Future Reserves 2020 (FR20) Consultation Exercise and

HMRC have provided a further informal update on PAYE related matters for sharing. The update covers the PAYE tax code change as applied to 'trivial commutation' and similar one-off lump sum pension payments from registered pension schemes.

HMRC have issued more information, documents and a flowchart in relation to the High Income Benefit Charge and these can be found here.

Agent Update 32, October - November 2012, has been published. This is available to download here in PDF format.

Most HMRC Online services will be affected between 12 and 15 October 2012 due to a number of routine scheduled IT updates and planned maintenance work to their IT systems. The tax credit system will be unavailable from 7am Thursday 11 October

HMRC have provided a further informal update on PAYE related matters for sharing. The update covers penalties for outstanding 2011-12 PAYE Employer Annual Returns, how to appeal against a penalty, an amendment to CWG2(2012), Employer Bulletin 42

The Advisory Panel on the proposed General Anti Abuse Rule (GAAR) should be wholly independent, with no representatives of HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), say the two leading professional bodies for tax practitioners.

HMRC have provided a further informal update on PAYE related matters for sharing. The update covers Real Time Information, the national minimum wage and employee queries where operation of ‘week 53' payment results in an underpayment of tax.

The ATT invites comments on this consultation designed to to explore the option for a revised version of Extra-statutory Concession (ESC) A19. It is not intended to cover whether ESC A19 should exist or the scope of concessions, but rather how

The ATT invites comments on this consultation, which sets out some options for improving public information about tax avoidance schemes and the risks of using them, together with proposals for revising and extending the Disclosure of Tax