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17/07/2015, by HM Revenue & Customs, Tax News - HMRC Administration, Practice and Methods
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HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) know that all agents and tax advisors who manage their clients’ tax affairs will sometimes need help and support from us.  We can help you help your client with the following tailor made products and services:

Webinars and Videos Live webinars last no more than an hour. You can ask questions throughout the presentation and get answers from your HMRC host. These have been produced for tax agents and advisers to provide help and support on topical subjects.

Online Learning An online course on resolving disputes through reviews and appeals

Tax Agents’ Toolkits These toolkits provide guidance on areas of error that we frequently see in returns and set out the steps that you can take to reduce those errors

Agent Update HMRC guidance for tax agents and advisers. If you’d like us to send you email reminders when future editions of Agent Update are published submit your details to HMRC.

HMRC Working with Tax Agents’ blog Read about our work with tax agents, advisers and professional bodies.

Help and support

Online Services for Agents This guide will give an overview of what services are available and tell you where to find out more about signing up

Client Authorisation Find out about client authorisation, agent codes and reference numbers, how to apply, make changes and cancel authorisations. Learn how to set up a temporary Tax adviser authorisation for compliance checks matters, and when a permanent authorisation applies

Working with HMRC - joint initiatives

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HM Revenue & Customs is the UK's primary taxing authority, responsible for the administration (and collection) of direct and indirect taxes and duties, and certain benefits.

For further information please visit the HMRC Website and in particular the About Us section.

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