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Poll Question : Has RTI Been An Improvement to PAYE Employers and Agents?
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Offline BlueSky  
#1 Posted : 01 April 2014 22:35:23(UTC)
BlueSky

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As I file the final 2013-14 FPS (Full Payment Submissions) for my own and my clients payrolls I wonder whether tax professionals and PAYE agents think that RTI has been an improvement to PAYE in the the UK?

Interested to see peoples votes and comments on RTI now the first full tax year drawing to a close.

Edited by moderator 01 April 2014 22:41:07(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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