TaxPersonal TaxCIS troubleshooter advice disappears

CIS troubleshooter advice disappears

Advice goes missing after suspicions that it gave too much away

The taxman’s advice on how to avoid problems filing CIS tax returns has been
removed from its website.

The information was originally produced as guidelines for tax inspectors, and
the removal of the information has prompted some to suggest it gave away too
much help,
reported
Contract Journal.

‘We can only assume HMRC felt it was giving away too much information as HMRC
uses the packs itself when carrying out compliance visits,’ said Stuart Crook of
Wellers Accountants.

HMRC said the packs were removed while it considered a ‘more effective’ way
of making the information available.

Further Reading:

Read
Contract Journal’s report

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