Monday, June 8, 2009

Official recognition of Tax Advice Network as a "trusted organistion"

I received a letter at the weekend from Stephen Banyard, Director Business Customer Unit at HMRC. I'll post a separate item about the detailed contents. For the moment please share my excitement at the implications of this letter - especially in the light of the clarification I have just received.

It includes the line:
"As a trusted organisation, small businesses already look to you for advice. We would like to ask for your help in sharing this important tax guidance with your members. It could save them, and you, time and money."
The Tax Advice Network is a 'trusted organisation'. Well, that's nice. But how many other such organisations are there?

I telephoned the contact number on the letter and was told that Stephen/HMRC had only sent out about 20 copies of the letter. Now I'm feeling quite chuffed.

Regular readers will be aware that this official recognition follows on from a less formal referral from a local VAT office a few weeks ago.

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