The Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) is concerned that new measures introduced in the Draft Scottish Budget for 2018-19 could introduce further complexity to already challenging income tax computations for Scottish taxpayers.

The Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) is calling for more to be done to help businesses prepare for the introduction of Making Tax Digital (MTD).

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

We are pleased to report that, following representations from the ATT, CIOT and a number of other professional bodies, HMRC have acknowledged feedback received about the Trust Registration Service (TRS) and the pressure placed on agents during

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

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

Following representations from the CIOT/ATT and a number of other bodies, we are pleased to report that HMRC have revised their position on when trustees must report individual beneficiaries (together with a large amount of personal detail) on

The Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) is concerned that the closure of the Certificates of Tax Deposit scheme (announced in the Budget papers)1 without consultation could have unintended consequences.

The Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) welcomes the announcement in today’s Budget that the Government intends to publish a discussion document on Good Work - the Taylor review of modern working practices.1

The Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) is concerned that the Government’s decision (included in the Budget papers)1 to move to a points based penalty system for late or missing tax returns without further consultation could