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  • The role of HM Revenue & Customs in the collection of student loan repayments

  • The role of HM Revenue & Customs in the collection of student loan repayments

  • The role of HM Revenue & Customs in the collection of student loan repayments

  • The role of HM Revenue & Customs in the collection of student loan repayments

  • The aim of the Compliance Handbook is to give you clear and comprehensive guidance to help you and external customers understand and apply the penalties and compliance powers introduced by FA 2007 to FA 2013. The guidance is in two sections: The technical guidance (CH1 - CH199999) explains the legislation and the overall policy about the way it should be applied. The operational guidance (CH200000 onwards) explains how to use the penalties and powers in your job. We are still developing this manual and we will add further guidance as it is produced for all compliance matters, both technical and operational.

  • Shared Workspace is an online service used by HM Revenue & Customs to collaborate with businesses and agents - service availability and how to apply

  • Publication plan for HMRC national and official statistics. Any changes to the schedule will be stated and detailed in the announcements.

  • Shared Workspace is an online service used by HM Revenue & Customs to collaborate with businesses and agents - service availability and how to apply

  • Shared Workspace is an online service used by HM Revenue & Customs to collaborate with businesses and agents - service availability and how to apply

  • How HM Revenue & Customs handles Child Tax Credit and Working Tax Credit cases

  • Stamp Duty Land Tax applied to land transactions in the UK from 1 December 2003. Since 1 April 2018 it applies to land transactions in England and Northern Ireland only. Since April 2015 SDLT no longer applies to land transactions in Scotland, these will instead be subject to Land and Buildings Transaction Tax. Please see the Scottish Government website @ www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/Government/Finance/scottishapproach. Since 1 April 2018 Land Transaction Tax (LTT) applies to land transactions in Wales. LTT is operated by the Welsh Revenue Authority. More details can be found on their website https://gov.wales/funding/fiscal-reform/welsh-taxes/land-transaction-tax/?lang=en For more details about the transition from SDLT to LTT, read the cross-border and transitional guidance https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/sdlt-to-land-transaction-tax-transitional-guidance/sdlt-to-land-transaction-tax-transitional-guidance

  • A guide to the Income Tax (Earnings and Pensions) Act 2003.