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Wednesday, 19 September 2018

HMRC "Sharing" The Burden of MTD



Tax does have to be taxing.

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3 comments:

  1. Never mind MTD and revolving doors, the train crash that is Brexit looms...
    experienced staff ventilated, lack of inspection areas,equipement, inspectors that know how to inspect, trade that will be unable to facilitate process IT unable to cope, management without a clue and common purpose unable to provide better solutions than Lean.
    Would not wish to be the poor soul with responsibility for rolling this out, but then look at the mess following 2 years of head up arse routine by HMG, unfarking believable.
    Hang on to hats, could be a rough ride, unless the scale of examination is reduced and the barriers lifted, as per Dover etc.
    Organised Crime Groups/Initiatives deeply in planning and scoping mode awaiting the debacle with glee no doubt.
    What a mess awaits.

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  2. What was that about post-import "controls"? Oh yes, relies upon honesty and compliance by the trade, never mind the crooks, eh?! ;)

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  3. Maybe Making Tax Analogue would have been better. At least you could walk into a tax office, then the nice person behind the desk could confirm whether you were dead or not. Computer Says No... Gobshites

    https://www.portsmouth.co.uk/news/portsmouth-man-pronounced-dead-by-hmrc-says-i-ve-not-gone-yet-1-8643508

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