TaxCorporate TaxHMRC unveils deadline Super Podcast

HMRC unveils deadline Super Podcast

The taxman reminds people of important changes and dates with audio file

HMRC has launched a “Super Podcast”, alerting businesses to four significant
changes looming on the horizon.

The free audio broadcast firstly reminds business of changes from 1 April
2010, which mean VAT-registered traders with annual turnovers of £100,000 or
more (excluding VAT) will have to file their VAT returns online and pay their
VAT electronically.

HMRC also emphasises that all businesses registering for VAT from April will
have to file their returns online and pay electronically.

The Super Podcast, featuring HMRC experts Stephen Banyard, director of the
Business Customer Unit and Don Macarthur, also covers three other key areas: the
need for all employers to file their Employer Annual Returns online from this
spring; new penalties for late payment of PAYE being introduced in May; and key
changes to corporation tax filing and payment coming in next year.

Banyard said:”Our Super Podcast is a great way for businesses to remind
themselves about some of the major changes on the horizon affecting VAT, PAYE
and corporation tax.

“So whether you’re a VAT-registered trader, employer or limited company, we’d
urge you to take 15 minutes to download and listen to it, to help ensure you’re
prepared for the changes.”

Listen to
the podcast here

Related Articles

Watch out when winding up

Corporate Tax Watch out when winding up

1m Emma Rawson, ATT Technical Officer
HMRC large business tax enquiry duration rises to 3 years

Corporate Tax HMRC large business tax enquiry duration rises to 3 years

4m Emma Smith, Managing Editor
‘Google tax’ nets HMRC £281m

Corporate Tax ‘Google tax’ nets HMRC £281m

8m Emma Smith, Managing Editor
OTS report: Corporation tax should follow accounts

Corporate Tax OTS report: Corporation tax should follow accounts

10m Alia Shoaib, Reporter
HMRC tax evasion assistance requests double in five years

Corporate Tax HMRC tax evasion assistance requests double in five years

11m Emma Smith, Managing Editor
Spring Budget 2017: Making Tax Digital

Business Regulation Spring Budget 2017: Making Tax Digital

1y Shereen Ali, Deputy Editor
Tax fraud loses HMRC £16bn

Corporate Tax Tax fraud loses HMRC £16bn

1y Emma Smith, Managing Editor
HMRC nets £2.6bn in corporate tax from big businesses

Corporate Tax HMRC nets £2.6bn in corporate tax from big businesses

1y Accountancy Age editorial