TaxPersonal TaxEDS muscles in on e-filing software

EDS muscles in on e-filing software

Technology companies EzGov and EDS have combined to launch a secure platform for filing tax returns to the Inland Revenue via the internet.

The applications allow employers to send PAYE forms and the public to send self-assessment returns over the internet, via the Government Gateway – the new centralised architecture for electronic transactions with government.

The PAYE application interfaces with the Revenue’s systems which were also provided by EDS.

Revenue e-services director, Barry Glassberg, said EzGov software was chosen for the way it allowed customers to communicate easily and quickly with the Revenue, and visa-versa.

‘For many employers, using the internet service will simply be a feature of the payroll or accounting software they already use. Or if they do not already use software, they can visit our website to find out about the range of compatible software and online forms available for them to choose from,’ Glassberg said.

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