HMRC filers should be aware that Corporation Tax reporting is shortly going to change, with the additional tagging of Detailed Profit and Loss (DPL) statements.
As of October 2013, HMRC will accept submissions against the new DPL taxonomy that has recently been released. Mandatory reporting in line with DPL will, however, come into force for accounting periods ending only on or after 1st April 2014. It will be possible to tag the detailed profit and loss in either the computations or the accounts, but not both. If this happens inadvertently, the filing will still be accepted, but HMRC point out that “this may cause the return to come under further scrutiny, especially if there are inconsistencies with duplicate tagging across the accounts and computations”.
As always, CoreFiling are committed to keeping Seahorse users up to date, and we are already preparing to introduce the new DPL taxonomy into Seahorse at the earliest opportunity, so we’ll have it available for use well in advance of the due date.
Watch for more information shortly.