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As we all know, Andrew Mitchell lost his rag at a policeman Pleb the other day when the officer wouldn’t allow him to cycle through a gate that was designated for cars, insisting that he use the proper gate that … Continue reading
I wrote to David Gauke MP, he’s my local politico and is supposed to represent his constituents. I wanted to know if he shared my fears about HMRC’s Real Time Information (RTI) initiative. I won’t go into details in this … Continue reading
There are two reasons, one is that there is an onus on employers to provide what HMRC term “Clean Data”. In my experience employers have operated PAYE exceptionally well and have a track record somewhat better than HMRC in terms … Continue reading