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  20. What is PAYE RTI?

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  22. ‘PAYE underpaid’ - GNS message 3 goes live

  23. HMRC announces online RTI appeals facility and other changes

  24. PAC says HMRC must continue to support SMEs with RTI transition

  25. HMRC Debt Management not waiting for RTI corrections

  26. CIOT disappointed by revised RTI reporting rule

  27. RTI ‘on or before’ rule eased again but HMRC shrinks exempt employers

  28. New RTI penalty consultation launched by HMRC

  29. Performance targets at HMRC still not being met

  30. Tax professionals concerned over strain on understaffed HMRC

  31. One in three tax codes potentially incorrect

  32. Generic Notifications Service now launched

  33. Online Services update to go ahead

  34. HMRC publishes RTI End of Year impact report

  35. HMRC report on reconciliation issues denies systemic RTI failings

  36. HMRC’s RTI systems experience first service outage

  37. HMRC confirms RTI Generic Notification System

  38. Latest SME survey shows business finds RTI problematic

  39. HMRC issue causes Student Loans queries

  40. HMRC sends second letter to non RTI compliant employers

  41. RTI blamed for fall in customer service standards at HMRC

  42. Tax codes issued under RTI may be incorrect

  43. HMRC says RTI will plug tax fraud hole

  44. HMRC’s ‘Basic PAYE Tools’ can’t file RTI

  45. RTI launches “smoothly”

  46. HMRC announces 1 million employers reporting RTI

  47. HMRC responds to RTI Pilot participants’ penalty fears

  48. HMRC overwhelmed by requests for annual PAYE schemes

  49. P45 Filing Causes Disruption

  50. RTI starts and clears its first hurdle

  51. HMRC pleased with RTI launch despite teething problems

  52. RTI 'Information Gap' storing up problems for PAYE

  53. HMRC: PAYE RTI benefits will take time to be felt

  54. HMRC set to announce new online pilot to support PAYE

  55. 5,000 employers affected by Sage RTI glitch

  56. HMRC starts to estimate ERs liability to pay PAYE

  57. RTI reporting may mean tax code errors for casual workers

  58. HMRC extends RTI reporting relaxation for small businesses

  59. HMRC to chase non-compliant PAYE schemes

  60. HMRC deny tax code problem is widespread

  61. HMRC launch survey on RTI ‘on or before’ rule

  62. HMRC to investigate cause of PAYE discrepancies

  63. RTI ‘not working’ says tax adviser

  64. NAO report on RTI raises grave concerns

  65. RTI causes SME compliance costs to rise

  66. HMRC consult on ‘debt’ collection via tax codes

  67. HMRC’s report on RTI pilot admits some key problems

  68. HMRC to receive £200m for digital services

  69. HMRC puts out the call for volunteer employers

  70. Further last minute changes to RTI

  71. Gateway shut for maintenance as RTI dawns

  72. Last minute change to RTI ‘on or before’ rule for small employers

  73. Lack of RTI Awareness Persists

  74. HMRC chief acknowledges RTI will have “chewy moments”

  75. FSB calls for eleventh hour change to HMRC’s Real Time Information

  76. HMRC’s RTI awareness campaign covers old and new media channels

  77. HMRC changes its website

  78. The Final Countdown

  79. Failure to prepare for RTI may result in unpaid employee welfare credits

  80. HMRC publishes update on RTI pilot

  81. Government Gateway Scheduled Closures

  82. Limited awareness of impending RTI remains widespread

  83. Quarter of small businesses unaware of RTI

  84. Low awareness of RTI confirmed by web search data

  85. Are RTI pilot numbers a bit of a hash up?

  86. RTI: When to report and when to pay

  87. HMRC over budget on RTI

  88. HMRC scores RTI penalty own goal

  89. HMRC announces RTI penalty regime ‘guidance’

  90. No P45 for the P45, after all

  91. HMRC makes PAYE RTI regulations by Statutory Instrument

  92. UK business will be £300m better off, says HMRC’s RTI Impact Assessment

  93. ‘Dump the dummies!’ instructs HMRC

  94. RTI Pilot begins – HMRC’s “Tax Revolution” launches

  95. HMRC extend the scope of their RTI pilot

  96. HMRC accommodates large employers with a change to RTI transitional arrangements

  97. HMRC to start employer RTI awareness campaign

  98. RTI penalty regime consultation closes

  99. P45 gets its P45!

  100. HMRC chief admits no backup plan if RTI fails

  101. launches campaign to raise awareness of Real Time Information

  102. HMRC Real Time Information pilot numbers are lower than expected

  103. HMRC set to relax RTI ‘on or before’ rule in some situations

  104. ICAEW: RTI is an “impossible” system

  105. HMRC confirms limited extension to RTI 'on or before' reporting rule

  106. No RTI penalty charges for a year

  107. DWP denies delay to Universal Credit launch date

  108. RTI penalty regime to be published this week

  109. Head of HMRC’s RTI programme leaves his job

  110. Largest employers free to choose RTI start date

  111. CIOT urges ‘soft landing’ for RTI penalties and questions ‘on or before’ reporting rule

  112. New HMRC RTI Form 46 published

  113. Changes to RTI reporting parameters

  114. HMRC retrospectively rejects CIS payrolls from RTI pilot

  115. Employers who operate specific PAYE schemes will not report RTI until 2014

  116. HMRC offers 'hand holding' to encourage employers onto RTI pilot

  117. RTI could lead to surge in tax tribunals

  118. PAYE RTI Payroll software developers reveal fears for HMRC’s implementation strategy

  119. Business could pay £30,000 in RTI costs

  120. Government Gateway struggles with filing volume

  121. HMRC’s own first year report: good, but more to do