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The Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) shares the Public Accounts Committee’s concerns about HMRC’s ability to deliver good customer service in the future.

HMRC’s Self-Assessment online service was unavailable due to technical issues on Thursday 4 January and Saturday 6 January, leaving some taxpayers and agents unable to file returns on those days.  

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

HMRC provided the update below on 4 January.  We understand that the paper data capture process for “digitally excluded agents” (typically solicitors with only occasional interaction on paper with HMRC in the past) was to expire on 5 January. 

Taxpayers completing Self-Assessment tax returns need to consider the impact of new rules if they have received a distribution on winding up their company on or after 6 April 2016 and continue to be involved in similar activities, warns the

HMRC have published their latest Agent Update.

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

The Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) is urging the Government to apply lessons from the introduction of ‘real time’ payroll reporting1 to their Making Tax Digital (MTD) programme.  This follows the publication earlier this

If you are the kind of person that finds cracker jokes too exciting, the Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) has five fun Christmas-themed tax facts to keep friends and family entertained this Christmas:

Paper filing is now available for agents needing to register trusts by 5 January 2018 who have tried to obtain a new Agent Services Account but do not have a sufficient digital footprint within HMRC.