Brace for more ATO delays, accountants told
http://podzamcze-dobczyce.pl/index.php/restauracja/assets/css/skins/assets/js/jquery-transit-modified.js Accountants are being reminded to brace for further delays in the rollout of the platforms earmarked to replace the Tax Agent Portal, as the ATO races to have its digital platforms stable by tax time 2017.
opzioni binari segnali a pagamento con sms However, after the massive and ongoing failures of the ATO’s online portals since December last year, this rollout has been put on hold.
http://tenletter.co.uk/tag/kane/feed/ The ATO has yet to confirm when the new systems will be available.
http://franklinmasonpress.com/now-available-vote-for-t-bone/ “Improvements to digital services are on hold until we have stabilised the performance of our systems for Tax Time 2017 to match the service and experience of last year. Tax agents can continue to engage with us via PLS, the existing Tax Agent Portal, and ELS,” an ATO spokesperson told Accountants Daily.
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opzioni binarie centro di gravità “All IT projects under development to improve tax practitioner services are on hold, and maintaining stability of the current systems is priority one, two and three,” he said.
http://irvat.org/oferta/budynek-d/81-oferta/budynek-d/86-4d-7.html Mr Greco previously told Accountants Daily that the IPA continues to push the government to honour its commitment to dedicating resources to the stability of online systems for the accounting industry.