I recall reading in The Times this weekend that HMRC's plans for a real time (centralised) PAYE system have been "dropped".
HMRC, apparently, claim that this is not a change but something to do with people not really understanding what they were proposing in the first place.
I would like to provide more details on this. However, I threw the paper away and the Times site is now PAYE for access.
Googling has provided me with nothing on this.
Please can someone confirm as to whether the gist of the above is correct?
In the event I am in fact way off beam, and have been imagining what I believe I read in the Times, then I will correct the above.
Tax does have to be taxing.
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