An international version of a computer tax code has been released by online
software suppliers Twinfield.
HMRC mandated from 1 April 2011 all corporation tax must be filed using a
computer tagging language known as iXBRL (in-line eXtensible Business Reporting
Language), which is hoped to make comparing financial information easier.
The IT business created an international version which is able to read
foreign tagging language as well as UK versions.
Mark Davies, UK country manger of Twinfield, said: “As part of the iXBRL
module, accountants and their clients can access an online Accountant’s Portal
to aid in compiling reports…Once a report has been compiled and approved, it can
be sent digitally to the relevant body or organisation.”
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