HMRC calls on companies to claim £250 for correct forms

HMRC calls on companies to claim £250 for correct forms

HMRC calls for businesses that filed PAYE online to fill in forms to claim their £250

HM Revenue & Customs
is urging businesses that filed PAYE online to claim their £250 for
correctly filling out the forms.

HMRC is cracking down on businesses that set up false PAYE schemes to claim
the £250, and is calling for genuine businesses to send in a working sheet so
the taxman can prove the scheme is legitimate, according to the Financial
Times
.

Further reading:

US taxman was warned before tax system
failed

Self assessment slow-up provokes wrath of industry

Online tax filing special report

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