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Call for evidence: Income Tax Self Assessment registration for the self-employed and landlords

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Summary

We welcome views on the case for reforming Income Tax Self Assessment registration for the self-employed and landlords.

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Consultation description

The government’s 10-year tax administration strategy sets out its vision for a modern tax administration that works closer to real time to deliver the flexible, resilient and responsive tax system the UK will need in the years ahead.

Tax should be straightforward, easy to get right and hard to get wrong. This call for evidence seeks views on whether bringing forward registration for the self-employed and landlords will give taxpayers a better understanding of their obligations and of the support available to them.

The call for evidence will be of interest to any individual, business or representative with views on how and when individuals should register for Income Tax Self Assessment and start to interact with the tax system.

The closing date for responses to the call for evidence has been extended until 22 March 2022 (11.45pm).

Documents

Published 30 November 2021
Last updated 19 January 2022 + show all updates
  1. The closing date for responses to the call for evidence has been extended until 22 March 2022 (11.45pm).

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