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Taxpayers will be able to file their tax returns electronically over the internet from the end of this month, while businesses face national phone number changes next week.

These and other IT stories can be found by scrolling down the email newsletter, but other news on AccountancyAge.com this week included news that eight institutes from around the world are preparing a new international chartered accountancy qualification.

Also, a hold-up to the government’s Financial Services and Markets Bill in parliament will delay the introduction of a new regulatory regime for accountants conducting investment business until next year.

Many more stories covering business, practice, tax, IT and the public sector can be found at AccountancyAge.com, which also includes a search facility allowing you search tens of thousands of AccountancyAge.com and Accountancy Age articles.

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