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A further 310 employers have joined HMRC's pilot of Real Time Information (RTI) for PAYE (Pay As You Earn). The latest group of employers join 10 volunteer organisations which have been piloting the scheme since its launch last month. The tax authority said that more than 100,000 employee records have been successfully …


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  1. Ross K Silver badge

    Taxman still rolling out bugs

    ^^There, fixed that for you.

    Are EDS still rolling out the bugs at HMRC, or have the cat herders been replaced by now?

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: Taxman still rolling out bugs

      You seem to be somewhat out of date, dear heart. EDS ceased to to roll out anything a long time since and were rolled into the thrusting engine of success that is HP many years ago. As for HMRC, it's a bugger's muddle of Capgemini, Fujitsu and BT these days under the inspiring title of Aspire who are currently delivering faultless service to the nation.

      1. Fred Flintstone Gold badge

        Re: Taxman still rolling out bugs

        Is that Aspire or Aspirin ?

      2. Ross K Silver badge

        Re: Taxman still rolling out bugs

        Forgive my ignorance. I jumped off the good ship EDS long ago before it was my turn to walk the plank.

        The words Capgemini, Fujitsu, BT and faultless all in the same sentence?

        "It's not my fault, it's BT's fault" "No, it's Fujitsu's fault"

        It's a bigger target if HMRC ever needs to sue someone for delivering faulty service I suppose...

  2. JakeyC

    "real-time PAYE pilot trousers"

    I got excited for a minute and nearly ordered a pair.

  3. James Pickett


    "the thrusting engine of success that is HP"

    Nearly had a coffee/keyboard incident there... :-)

  4. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    I wonder if joining this scheme helps prove contracts are outside IR35?

  5. mark daly

    Fantastic. Only another 3 million employers and 25 million employees to go

    Lets see how it copes when they all their records start hitting the system once once a month.

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