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The CIOT and ATT comments, sent to HMRC on 27 January 2012, regarding the proposals for a General Anti-Avoidance Rule (GAAR) as set out in 'The Aaronson Report'. It represents the combined views of the CIOT and ATT; it has also had input from

HMRC have just announced that due to potential problems around strikes on 31 January, they have decided not to charge a penalty for online SA filers who file on 1 or 2 February. The enquiry window is not extended for people filing online on 1 or

Several members have recently reported to the ATT various problems with viewing and printing accounts in HMRC’s free iXBRL online filing product. We have raised these issues with HMRC who have informed us that a new version of the product will be

In July the House of Commons Treasury Select Committee issued a highly critical report into customer experience of dealing with HMRC. In response to the report the ATT together with the other main Professional Bodies offered to work with HMRC in

Following lengthy discussions with HMRC and the other representative bodies on Business Records Checks the ATT is pleased to report that HMRC have notified the representative bodies that HMRC

HMRC have provided a further informal update on PAYE related matters for sharing. The update covers Statutory Payment rates, the Small Employer's Compensation Rate, Percentage Threshold Scheme for 2012-13, 2011/12 PAYE Payment Booklet, RTI and

Stuart McKinnon was today appointed1 as the new President of the Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT), and immediately launched a debate within the Association and the wider tax profession on whether there should be “some level of regulation

Agent Update 27, December 2011 - January 2012, has been published. This is available to download here in PDF format.

Tax practitioners think that HM Revenue and Customs’ (HMRC’s) response to the Tax Agent Strategy consultation, published today, shows that they are starting to move in the right direction in a number of important areas, although some key issues