HMRC to suspend website on 5 April

Laura Miller
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HMRC plans to suspend online access for the public at the end of the tax year, despite admitting to MPs this week that its telephone-based service is "not acceptable".

The move follows last year's tax chaos when millions of people were given incorrect Pay As You Earn (PAYE) codes, the Telegraph reports. Accountants described the decision to close HMRC's websit...

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