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Wednesday, 17 August 2016

HMRC Rushes Digital Plans


HMRC's plans for making tax digital are being rushed at an unseemly pace.

The deadline for responding to the six consultations is 7 November.

Hardly enough time to comment thoughtfully!
Tax does have to be taxing.

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8 comments:

  1. With such a tight deadline it makes you wonder if the process is a sham, surely not...

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  2. 7 pillars of wisdom - rapidly turning to salt...

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    1. Trouble is, they're the Seven Pillars of *Norman* Wisdom; and I never found *him* funny, either...

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  3. HMRC's Chief Executive left.
    HMRC's Chief people person is leaving.
    HMRC's head of IT is going.
    There's some sort of pattern emerging here......

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    1. ...but the HMRC bullying culture continues...

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    2. Seriously, have you seen how long it takes for a supertanker to turn around and change course? And thats with a Captain at the helm and all the important bits working properly.
      HMRC, lost in the fog, heading for shipwreck, management rearranging deck chairs and dictating the days menu.
      Here be monsters!

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  4. How long do consultations usually last? I thought it was about 3 months.

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    1. Depends on the issues. Something of this importance, which will have a major impact on taxpayers and accountants, and which we can have no trust in HMRC getting right based on their appalling track record, needs a longer period of at least 6 months. The current consultation period of less than 3 months might appear to be HMRC going through the motions...

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