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The Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) is highlighting to employers that this is the first Christmas that they can provide a small gift to their employees that is automatically free of tax.

HMRC have published their latest Agent Update. A PDF copy is also attached below.

While welcoming the clarification provided in draft legislation published today1 concerning the types of trading or property business income which can benefit from proposed £1,000 allowance from the tax year 2017/2018, the ATT has

HMRC provide details on how to catch up on any recent Talking Points meetings you may have missed.

The Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) is concerned that VAT changes announced in yesterday’s Autumn Statement will introduce complexity and increases in VAT liability for small businesses.

The Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) has expressed its disappointment that the Government is continuing with ‘detrimental’ changes to the salary-sacrifice regime that will see the abolition of the tax-free advantages of giving up salary

The Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) said today’s announcement that the annual Budget will in future (and after the last Spring Budget in March 2017) be held in the Autumn is an opportunity for better tax legislation.

We would like to make our members aware of a survey ABAB are currently running on HMRC’s pages on GOV.UK website, to gather views on how useful or otherwise members of the general public find the information on these pages and how easy or

The Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) is concerned by a proposal to introduce a new penalty for businesses whose transactions are connected with VAT fraud.

Commenting on reports that the Chancellor will announce substantial changes to the tax treatment of salary sacrifice schemes in Wednesday’s Autumn Statement, Yvette Nunn, the Co-chair of the ATT’s Technical Steering Group, said: