PAYE

PAYE crumbling

ATT calls for HMRC RTI investigation

Association of Taxation Technicians describes need for review of tax reporting system as "urgent"

10 Oct 2014

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HMRC confirms RTI late fees phase-in

Penalties for late RTI PAYE filings are to be phased in from October

10 Sep 2014

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RTI penalties to be staggered, HMRC confirms

Penalties for infringements on the real-time PAYE system are to be staggered over the 12 months to April 2015

12 Feb 2014

Real-time PAYE eased again for micro businesses

RTI easement to be extended for micro employers until 2016

09 Dec 2013

MHA MacIntyre Hudson: RTI to expose poor practice

Real-time PAYE will expose errors and bad practice by businesses, MHA MacIntyre Hudson's Alastair Kendrick warns

18 Nov 2013

Universal Credit should follow tax calendar, says Aplin

Aligning Universal Credit and tax calendars could ease burden on small businesses, ICAEW tax faculty chair says in Hardman Lecture

14 Nov 2013

UHY: PAYE errors put taxpayers at risk of paying wrong tax

UHY Hacker Young warns as many as a third of taxpayers on PAYE may have wrong tax code

31 Oct 2013

Iris launches OpenPayroll for SMEs

OpenPayroll allows payroll submissions to be made online and remotely

26 Sep 2013

SMEs find RTI costly and unnecessary

HW Fisher poll reveals SMEs spending too much on RTI and claiming it is unnecessary and needless

24 Sep 2013

HMRC canvases RTI on-or-before opinions

HMRC is conducting a survey in order to measure the impact of RTI on businesses

30 Aug 2013

“Delay extending RTI”, says HMRC user group adviser

A member of HMRC's RTI customer user group expresses concerns over the programme's extension to UK's largest companies

23 Jul 2013

HMRC foregoes £950m in PAYE amid system overhaul

Some £950m in PAYE forgone by HM Revenue & Customs during system overhaul

17 Jul 2013

Sage Payroll error sees P35 returns filed incorrectly

An error in processing year-end submissions sees employers issued with penalty notices

21 Jun 2013

RTI exemptions extended into 2014

Relaxations to real-time PAYE reporting are to run until April 2014

12 Jun 2013

Hearts face yet another HMRC deadline

Heart of Midlothian FC could be served a winding-up order, should it fail to pay around £100,000 in outstanding PAYE and NICs

10 Jun 2013

HMRC launches bid to close offshore NIC tax gap

HMRC steps up efforts to close offshore intermediaries tax loophole

31 May 2013

Moore and Smalley expands payroll to cope with RTI demand

Firm brings in new payroll staff as new PAYE and pensions rules likely to see clients needing help

28 May 2013

The Practitioner: RTI is a real-time irritation for client billing

Getting clients to pay for PAYE is a pain in the proverbial, suggests The Practitioner

09 May 2013

HMRC RTI software fails to file submissions

HMRC's payroll software for businesses with nine or fewer employees unable to file information in real-time due to IT issues

09 May 2013

Personal online tax accounts in pipeline, says Gauke

Indidvidual taxpayers could eventually have online personal tax accounts allowing them to view their liabilities, Exchequer secretary David Gauke

19 Apr 2013

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