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HMRC Is Shite
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Monday, 2 December 2013

Paperless Self-Assessment Consultation

On 27th November HMRC published a consultation paper on paperless self-assessment.

"HMRC proposes to upgrade its Self Assessment (SA) Online service to provide a complete end-to-end digital experience for customers. This upgrade provides the opportunity for customers already registered to use HMRC’s SA Online service to reduce the amount of paper communications they receive from HMRC and instead receive these electronically.........

.....HMRC proposes that customers registered to use its Self Assessment Online service will be able to provide their consent to HMRC using electronic communications in connection with their tax affairs rather than receiving paper notifications and outputs by post."

HMRC intends to take a staged approach, and if the appropriate legislation is in place will start trials in the early part of the tax year commencing 2014.

The consultation closes on 27th December this year.

Tax does have to be taxing.

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1 comment:

  1. "a complete end-to-end digital experience"

    So, that's one finger down the customer's throat, and another.....