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A revised version of Professional Conduct in Relation to Taxation comes into effect on 1 March 2017. All members were notified of these changes on 1 November 2016, and are particularly important as these new guidelines state that members “

To help make things easier for you and your clients, HMRC’s Talking Points meetings will provide up-to-date information, guidance and tips.

Save your place now – you’ll have the chance to ask questions during the meeting and you won’t need

HMRC have published their latest Agent Update. A PDF copy is also available below.

The Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) says that the timeframe for compulsory quarterly reporting as envisaged in the Government’s Making Tax Digital project must be extended despite welcoming changes to the scheme announced by HMRC today

HMRC provide details of their upcoming webinar.

The Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) has told workers to beware of a potential pitfall if there is a change to their salary sacrifice scheme before April 2021.

The Association of Taxation Technicians (ATT) has warned of the risks to businesses and the tax take if the Government chooses to ignore many of the findings of a Treasury Committee report on Making Tax Digital.

HMRC have published a Special Self Assessment Agent Update. A PDF copy can also be found below.

The Client Notification Requirements webinar took place on 1 December 2016.  Below you will find a copy of the webinar slides available to download, together with a link to the recording of the webinar.  A summary of the questions and answers are

This executive summary highlights the key points in HMRC’s MTD proposals and the responses which ATT submitted at the beginning of November 2016