A major step in HMRC’s drive towards digitalisation of the tax system was made on 15 August 2016 with HMRC’s publication of six ‘Making Tax Digital’ consultation docum
While generally supportive of HMRC’s digital drive, the LITRG said the success of voluntary online self-assessments shows that the benefits of a digital administration
We have recently been in touch with the Ministry of Justice (MOJ), as plans are under way to create an online appeals service for people challenging decisions by HMRC.
The LITRG has welcomed the Government’s pledge to make bonuses it adds to its two new flagship savings schemes tax-free but is concerned that many questions remain una
The October deadline for filing paper tax returns covering the 2015/16 tax year is fast approaching.
If you type ‘contact HMRC’ or something similar into a search engine you may spot paid-for Ads for call recording services (Ads are the boxed adverts displayed around
A survey of members of two of the leading professional bodies representing Scotland’s tax professionals has found that while there is overwhelming support for the prin
Proposals to reform Council Tax will only “slightly” improve the fairness of what will remain a “regressive” tax, the leading professional body representing the countr
HMRC should ensure that Concentrix do not suspend or stop any more tax credit payments until the problems which are preventing tax credit claimants from raising querie
While HMRC’s helplines have been steadily improving since the middle of 2015/16, call waiting times to Concentrix, the company HMRC have engaged to check tax credit cl