Jaimie Kaffash

Reporter , Accountancy Age

Articles by Jaimie Kaffash


HMRC to send in-year PAYE penalty notices

Taxman reverses policy of allowing monthly PAYE penalties to accrue before notifying employers

17 Nov 2011

Newton's Sterling cradle

Who will pay for Real Time Information?

Employers will have to submit monthly returns under new initiative, but who will be most burdened?

16 Nov 2011

NHS England to forge ahead with 'unchanged' care.data plans

Medics must declare tax or face prosecution

HMRC sends letters to doctors and dentists threatening criminal investigation

16 Nov 2011

HMRC refused leave to appeal insurance avoidance scheme

Supreme Court prevents taxman appealing "unattractive" Mayes decision

16 Nov 2011

Further proof needed to use Liechtenstein tax amnesty

Individuals will need local certification before using Liechtenstein Disclosure Facility

16 Nov 2011

'Leaver statement' for employees under PAYE plans

Real-time PAYE reporting could see employers prepare a 'leaver statement' for staff, rather than P45s

15 Nov 2011

HMRC shows mid-year improvements

Figures show improvement in calls answered and post actioned

14 Nov 2011

Tax transparency reforms 'not yet costed'

Treasury has not yet estimated costs of proposals to improve personal taxation transparency

14 Nov 2011

NI contributory principle remains, Gauke reaffirms

Minister is confident problems with National Insurance contributions will be solved by operational merger

14 Nov 2011

HMRC's office: More negatives than positives

The latest HMRC people survey shows some improvement - albeit from a very low base

11 Nov 2011

Big business should share HMRC's burden, says Hartnett

Taxman "bearing the brunt" of public anger over corporate deals

10 Nov 2011

Protestors should cut out attacking public servants

Until HMRC accountability is strengthened, it is unfair to call on Hartnett to resign without full possession of the facts

10 Nov 2011

UK Uncut invades stage during Hartnett speech

Protesters dress up as Vodafone and Goldman Sachs excutives to 'thank' Hartnett

10 Nov 2011

HMRC's Goldman Sachs error: a timing issue?

Did HMRC fail to take a tribunal ruling into account when reaching a settlement with the investment bank?

09 Nov 2011

HMRC appoints two more commissioners

Stephen Banyard and Simon Bowles appointed following criticism over HMRC governance

08 Nov 2011

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