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HMRC signs three-year deal with CCH

CCH to provide online tax resource tool to HM Revenue & Customs

HM Revenue and Customs has signed a three year contract with CCH, the tax
software suppliers, to provide their online tax information.

CCH, part of publishers Wolters Kluwer, is to design a home site for use by
tax and custom & excise professionals over the next three years which will
see HMRC tax professionals have access to the online information resource.

The software will incorporate tools covering all areas of personal and
corporate tax as well as a backdated VAT library.

Peter Wildey of HMRC’s Tax Professionalism team says: ‘The main criteria for
awarding CCH this contract included providing a value- for-money service
together with a product that is fast and easy to use by our tax professionals in
HMRC. It is also important that the service delivers broad and comprehensive
tax, accounting and financial reporting information.’

CCH will also provide its annual tax books, the red and green books, which
include various legislative and budgetary information online as well as printed
versions for the first year.

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