HMRC to require more information to be provided by taxpayers
Draft legislation released for consultation on 18 July indicates that business and individual taxpayers will be required to provide more information to HMRC in the next few years.
It is proposed that from 2025/26, employers will be required to provide more detailed information on employee hours worked via real time information (RTI) PAYE reporting. The information to be reported will be set out in separate regulations.
From 2025/26 shareholders in owner-managed businesses will also be required to provide additional information via their self- assessment tax returns.
These shareholders will be required to disclose the amount of dividends received from their own companies separately from other dividend income, as well as the percentage shareholding that they hold in their own companies.
Self-employed individuals will be required to provide information on the start and end dates of their businesses via their self-assessment returns.
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