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With Small Business Saturday on December 7th in mind, the Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) is drawing attention to the UK’s complex tax system and how it could be less burdensome for small businesses.

The Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) is concerned that cuts to HM Revenue & Customs’ (HMRC) expenditure budget may have placed unsustainable strains upon the department’s ability to operate the tax system effectively, by putting

HMRC have provided a further informal update on the advisory fuel rate, the deadline for forms 64-8 and pensions schemes information.

HMRC have provided a further informal update on the advisory fuel rate, the deadline for forms 64-8 and pensions schemes information.

HMRC have provided a further informal weekly update on the abolishment of the Percentage Threshold Scheme, thw National Insurance Contributions Bill 2013 and the Employee Financed Retirement Benefit Scheme.

The ATT has issued a survey to its members to gauge their expectations of a proposed protocol governing contact between HMRC, agents and their taxpayer clients.

HMRC have requested feedback on the HMRC agent toolkits to help inform future development.

HMRC have requested feedback on the HMRC agent toolkits to help inform future development.

HMRC have provided an informal update on Business Record Checks, employee bonuses tax avoidance scheme and guidance on the 31 January Self Assessment deadline.

HMRC have provided a further informal update on PAYE filling and payment, details of automatic cancellation of PAYE schemes and a new approach to Business Record Checks.