Company Tax Return taxonomies accepted by HMRC
Released 04 February 2019
HMRC have updated its guidance to help companies decide which particular version of a taxonomy should be used to file a tax return.
Company Tax Return taxonomies accepted by HMRC provides information to help decide when a particular version of a taxonomy should be used to file a company tax return. All company tax returns must be submitted online using the Inline eXtensible Business Reporting Language (Inline XBRL, also known as iXBRL) data standard for accounts and computations. The accounts and computations must be fully tagged insofar as the taxonomy used contains appropriate XBRL tags. Taxonomies are updated to reflect changes to legislation and accounting standards. The guidance has been updated at section 1.1 'Corporation Tax computational taxonomy' with new 'valid to' dates and additional information.
View the guidance at Company Tax Return taxonomies accepted by HMRC.