HMRC have brought out proposals to crack down on ‘false self-employment’ in the construction industry.
The deadline for filing paper tax returns for 2008-09 is 31 October 2009, otherwise a penalty is chargeable.
The National Audit Office (NAO) today published a damning report on the performance of HMRC in assessing the 5.6 million older people who pay tax.
HMRC have recently consulted on whether their legal powers to require banks and similar institutions to hand over information about their depositors, and their account
HMRC are committed to increasing the take-up of Working Tax Credit (WTC) by 100,000 people and they have launched a publicity drive to raise awareness of entitlement.
As international students start or continue their courses they can worry a little less about their tax position thanks to LITRG efforts over the last year.
HMRC are starting a consultation with representative organisations to see whether hours of opening in HMRC Enquiry Centres could be reduced.
It is vital that disabled people should clearly understand the choices open to them.
Over the last few years, unacceptable delays, poorly written responses, wrong explanations and sometimes no reply at all have been common experiences for users of the
HMRC have today launched a tax evasion internet hotline so that citizens may inform HMRC on the doubtful tax dealings of other citizens.