2010 news

Published on 22 October 2010
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A joint policy document on error and fraud was published by HMRC and the DWP this week.

Published on 21 October 2010
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Today the axe fell on the government department – HMRC - which gets in most of the money for the public sector.

Published on 12 October 2010
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After the initial “trial run” of sending out tax calculations at the beginning of September HMRC have started again in the last few days sending out more calculations,

Published on 1 October 2010
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Paper Self-Assessment tax returns for 2009-10 have to reach HMRC by 31 October 2010 otherwise you risk being charged a late-filing penalty.

Published on 1 October 2010
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The practicalities of dealing with PAYE tax calculations are beginning to unfold for HMRC as taxpayers react to the first batch of underpayment estimates.

Published on 25 September 2010
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In late July, HMRC published a ‘discussion document’ inviting views on suggested future reform of the PAYE system, with the aim of reshaping it to fit toda

Published on 23 September 2010
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In the summer, HMRC issued a technical discussion document setting out a proposed scale of fixed costs they intend to claim where they successfully pursue debts via th

Published on 21 September 2010
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At the time of the June Budget, the Treasury and HMRC jointly published a consultation document inviting views on the processes behind devising future tax policy.

Published on 9 September 2010
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Judy Clements OBE, Adjudicator, has published her latest report saying that her office has made good progress in resolving HMRC complaints.

Published on 8 September 2010
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LITRG is all for bringing HMRC to account when it has let down the low income population; but we are also clear that we want good and accurate information to be provid