ICAEW Tax Faculty has written to HMRC (ICAEW Rep 15/18) offering to assist in taking forward its PAYE real time information (RTI) post-implementation review (PIR) report published on 7 December 2017 (reported in our earlier blog).
ICAEW Tax Faculty has suggested in its letter some quick fixes that would help RTI to fulfil its potential of delivering benefits and underpinning personal and business tax accounts, rather than imposing continuing burdens on employers, intermediaries and agents – and HMRC.
The proposed suggestions would:
The Tax Faculty also suggested that ‘flags’ be introduced so that employers can notify HMRC of modified payrolls (ie where employees are expatriates) and deemed employees (within the public sector off-payroll working regime).
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This is fine,in itself, but does not relate to the problems faced when department A has said that it has been sorted by HMRC but department B continues to list incorrect charges.