As well as accusing us of being misleading, the Revenue explained that where employers submitted information it expected them ‘to take reasonable care to find accurate CO2 figures by identifying the car model correctly’.
That now seems a bit rich. Last week the Revenue was been forced to apologise after admitting it had miscalculated tax bills ‘because of a problem with the transfer of information between our computer systems’.
The new system is but a matter of weeks away from launch and the Revenue has little time to restore faith in it. It has now pledged to issue coding notices to employers before the end of March. Officials must ensure that happens if the new system is to win popular support.
HMRC has won its tenth successive case against tax avoidance schemes promoted by NT Advisors. The Court of Appeal has ruled that NT ... read more
HMRC is continuing to ramp up the number of raids on premises it carries out as part of criminal investigations, searching 761 properties in the last year
Five million taxpayers are ow using digital personal tax accounts (PTA) as part of the making tax digital strategy, HMRC said
Since the release of HMRC’s plans for digital tax reforms, many have agreed with the call for a delay