Inland Revenue[QQ] The Revenue has issued its response to the adjudicator's sixth annual report, picking up on the more favourable aspects. The full copy is available by telephoning 0171 930 2292 or sending an email to [email protected] (Press release, 1 September.) The key document on residents and non-residents, Revenue leaflet IR20, is to be fully revised. In the meantime, the Revenue has noted that although it made some amendments to the booklet in April it did not update for legislation found in the Finance Act 1998. (Press release, 31 August.) The Revenue's home page is www.inlandrevenue.gov.uk Customs & Excise Changes are being made to the landfill tax credit scheme by means of an extra statutory concession. The move is intended to assist landfill site operators and the changes reflect some of the items mentioned in the March 1999 Budget. (Customs release 38/88, 6 September.) The Customs home page is found at www.hmce.gov.uk Inland Revenue and Customs press releases are available on the Internet at www.nds.coi.gov.uk/coi/coipress.nsf English ICA Tax Faculty The faculty has issued its response to the Treasury's consultation document on the review of charity taxation (TAXREP 23/99). The faculty is the focus for tax within the English ICA. Copies of technical releases can be obtained by calling 01908 225122. Chartered Institute of Taxation CIoT has sent a submission on the publication of Inland Revenue and Customs manuals (3 September). For more information visit the CIoT website at: www.tax.org.uk.
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