Month: April 2019

Complaints against HMRC to go online

By Autumn 2019, taxpayers who are unhappy with the service they receive from HMRC will be able to email their complaint to the Adjudicator’s office. Currently they can only write, fax or call. The Adjudicator’s Office is the independent watchdog whose role is to review service complaints about HMRC and the Valuation Office Agency. Their […]

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How to make more of graphics and photos – for free!

We know you always enjoy our tips for apps that help you save time and make life easier, so today we’ve got a double whammy for you. Two great ways to make more of your graphics and photos, and both are totally free! Watch this to find out more… Transcript: Hi and welcome to another […]

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How are you spending your Easter Weekend?

We’re just about to go into the Easter weekend, with a lovely four day weekend stretching out in front of us. It’s the only four-day stretch on the calendar when it’s generally accepted that most people will be off. So how are you going to spend yours? There are several options that you might want […]

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Payment on Account issues caused by HMRC

A glitch in HMRC’s computer system means it has not sent out payment on account reminders for January Payments on Account, and the problem won’t be fixed before the 31st July payments become due. HMRC has confirmed that they’re aware of the issue, and that affected taxpayers will not incur interest costs as a result. […]

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Indicators of UK Economic Health ‘weakened’.

The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) has completed a survey suggesting the key indicators of UK economic health ‘weakened considerably’ in the first quarter of 2019. The survey concluded that service sector exports hadn’t grown, classing it at its ‘weakest level’ since 2009. It also concluded that manufacturing businesses reported sales growth ‘fell to its […]

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