HMRC is ending local PAYE agreements between employers and local tax offices
Apparently, such arrangements do not meet the new requirements that are being introduced from 6 April 2008.
HMRC is aware that over the years some employers have reached agreements with their local tax office, for example with regard to:
- Using substitute forms P46.
- Not following the P46 procedures where forms P45 not received.
- Not using tax code BR (Basic Rate) as the form P46 default tax code.
- Sending data on CD-ROMs.
These local agreements are now being ended and may lead to the rejection of the information submitted.
HMRC is reviewing all local arrangements with a view to terminating them and any affected business should urgently conduct a similar review to avoid having your data rejected.
Date: 22nd April, 2008
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