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Tuesday, 26 March 2013

RTI Springs A Leak

Oh dear, it seems that HMRC's flagship RTI has just sprung a leak.

As per the ICAEW Tax Faculty:
"We are receiving reports that agents and their clients are experiencing delays in receiving activation codes from HMRC.

HMRC’s guidance sets out the process. The final step is for the client to pass their activation PIN to the agent. However these numbers are only valid for 30 days and expire at the end of that period. If the client does not receive the code and pass it to the agent within that time then the whole process must start again."
Is anyone having problems with this?

If so, please let me know.

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1 comment:

  1. This has nothing to do with RTI . It is to do with issuing activation codes for online services, so could relate to VAT, S.A. etc just as much as PAYE.