TaxCorporate TaxOnly 4 weeks left to influence PAYE consultation, HMRC says

Only 4 weeks left to influence PAYE consultation, HMRC says

Window for responses to HMRevenue & Customs' plans for improving the PAYE regime ends on Thursday 23 September, only four weeks away

HMRC has issued a reminder that the window for responses to a PAYE
consultation document ends on Thursday 23 September, only four weeks from now.

The taxman urged interested parties to submit their views as soon as
possible.

The
PAYE system was plagued by errors earlier this year
, leading to some
taxpayers receiving incorrect notices of coding and paying too much tax. But
HMRevenue & Customs has made headway in resolving the issues.

It is also spearheading an overhaul of the wider PAYE regime through the
consultation.

Click on the link below to access the consultation:

HMRC
Discussion document on improving the operation of PAYE

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