TechnologyRevenue and Customs unveils new website

Revenue and Customs unveils new website

First physical sign that the two mega-departments have merged.

IT-minded accountants can now confirm that the Inland Revenue and Customs have truly merged – HMRC has launched its own integrated website.

Link: Royal assent for Revenue and Customs merger

The new department has described the site as ‘clean’ to navigate, adding that it ‘is a simpler site to use than its predecessors’.

Interestingly, the website’s layout and style has more in common with the Revenue’s old site than with Customs.

HMRC confirms that the secure mailbox, used by accountants, businesses and bureaux to contact it, is still only currently available between 1400 and midnight to access mail.

The new website is at www.hmrc.gov.uk

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