The Government are developing a single, centralised digital tax account, bringing all of your tax information into one place so you can register, file, pay and update information online at anytime.
By April 2016, all of the UK's five million small businesses will have their own digital account, and from April 2018, they will have to update HMRC quarterly (not annually).
All of us will have personal accounts by April 2016. HMRC will aim to get some information about you from other sources, such as employers, removing the need for you to report it and helping to improve accuracy.
HMRC are bringing together all information about taxpayers’ income and benefits into one system, with the goal that by 2020, most Britons won’t have to fill in an annual tax return at all.
The world is changing - more and more services are being made available online, from booking your train tickets, making a doctors appointment and doing the weekly shop, to further education, promoting your business and online banking. In fact, millions of people and companies are benefiting from the practicality and ease of services going digital.
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