TaxCorporate Tax166 Time to Pay arrangements made as a result of riots

166 Time to Pay arrangements made as a result of riots

Businesses use Civil Disorder Helpline to defer tax

THE TAXMAN agreed to 166 Time to Pay arrangements as a result of the civil disorder over the summer.

HM Revenue & Customs set up the Civil Disorder Helpline to help businesses that were affected in August by the riots across England.

In a parliamentary answer yesterday, Exchequer secretary to the Treasury David Gauke said that HMRC had agreed to 166 TTP arrangements through the helpline that allows business to defer the payment of tax.

HMRC confirmed that all TTP requests made via the helpline were granted.

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