Tag Archives: HMRC

Talking even more tax – especially for freelancers

2013’s tax facts: New legislation freelancers should be aware of.  ‘Nothing is certain in life except for death and taxes’ – Benjamin Franklin – 1789 Depressing eh? Sorry to start on that rather sour note, but it’s a phrase that … Continue reading

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Talking Tax

From 6 April 2013 employers will have to start reporting PAYE information to HMRC in ‘real time’. You may have already seen this referred to as Real Time Information – or RTI. What does it mean to you? It means … Continue reading

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The end is nigh (of the tax year and the old ways that is…)

Whether you love HMRC or loathe them, you can’t argue with the taxman’s determined efforts to modernise their services. Last year HMRC moved all VAT filing online, and this year – in what has been described as ‘the biggest change … Continue reading

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Real Time Information: the real deal

From next April HMRC are introducing a new regime for the receipt and processing of payroll information called Real Time Information (or RTI). RTI is being introduced as part of HMRC’s continued modernisation of its services, and aims to make … Continue reading

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