HMRC Is Shite

HMRC Is Shite
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Friday, 22 January 2021

The Disconnect Between Companies House and HMRC



Tax does have to be taxing.

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1 comment:

  1. Ken there has never been a satisfactory interface between Coys House and HMRC. The hoops HMRC had to jump through to access even the most basic data would be enough to make a grown man cry. And it did, make me cry!

    Needless to say there's all sorts of licensing issues, computer interface issues payment for access issues etc etc. So there is no interaction between the systems. Has always been thus. The staff wanted it, but it whilst it was authorised once upon a time, it was subsequently locked down again. One reason was the Directors of companies didn't like the thought of HMRC accessing their personal details for things like Distraint, PAYE infringements, money laundering, lifestyle investigations etc.

    Much of which can be attributed to accountants protection of their clients! So don't moan about the lack of integration!!

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