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The Chartered Institute of Taxation aims to achieve a better, more efficient, tax system for all affected by it – taxpayers, their advisers and the tax authorities. The CIOT also seeks to increase public understanding of tax matters. The CIOT’s comments and recommendations on tax issues draw on its members’ extensive experience in pursuit of these two objectives.
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- Tax experts issue guide to PAYE tax calculations The Low Incomes Tax Reform Group have issued a comprehensive guide to enable taxpayers who receive letters from HMRC informing them they have underpaid or overpaid tax in the 2012-13 tax year to check their calculations and take action, where appropriate. 21 May 2013
- New CIOT President focuses on engagement with Europe The incoming President of the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) will today call for “a more serious, grown-up approach from Government to complying with EU tax law”, accusing the UK authorities of taking a “slapdash approach to complying with rules that we help set”. 14 May 2013
- Relaxation on PAYE reporting for smaller employers eases the move to Real Time Information The Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT) is pleased to see that the relaxation (1) for smaller employers has assisted many in the move to the new PAYE Real Time Information (RTI) system, resulting in over 1 million reporting in the first month of using the system. (2) 2 May 2013
- Payroll Giving reform could boost charity donations Payroll Giving could be boosted by allowing employers relief for employer National Insurance Contributions (NIC), which they could give to charity to increase the amount donated, says the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT). 26 April 2013
- Comment on PAC Report: Tax profession key to formulation of good tax law Commenting following the publication of a report today by the Public Accounts Committee, which deals with the relationship between HMRC and tax advisers1, Peter Fanning, Chief Executive of the Chartered Institute of Taxation (CIOT), said: 26 April 2013