RCB/30/10 New penalty for failure to notify
Revenue & Customs Brief, Issue 30. 18 June 2010
This Business Brief explains the failure to notify penalty contained in Sch 41 of the 2008 Finance Act (FA 2008) which from 1 April 2010 can be applied to most taxes. There is full guidance on this penalty at CH70000 and CH500000 in the Compliance Handbook.
From 1 April 2010 the penalty could be applied to a failure to notify for:
|Aggregates Levy||Climate Change Levy||Insurance Premium Tax|
|Air Passenger Duty||Corporation Tax||Landfill Tax|
|Alcoholic Liquor Duty||Excise Duties||Lottery Duty|
|Amusement Machine||Gaming Duty||Pool Betting Duty|
|Licence Duty||General Betting Duty||Remote Gaming Duty|
|Bingo Duty||Hydrocarbon Oils Duty||Tobacco Products Duty|
|Capital Gains Tax ||Income Tax||VAT|
Under the review of HMRC's powers, deterrents and safeguards legislation has been introduced to align and modernise the framework under which we administer the taxes and duties formerly handled by Customs and Excise and the Inland Revenue.
We inherited a number of different penalty regimes from Customs and Excise and the Inland Revenue. The law and practice relating to penalties varied not only between the two former departments but also between the various taxes and duties for which each department was