The Working Together initiative provides a forum for raising operational issues or problems with HMRC. These may have been identified by HMRC, ACCA or other representative bodies, either at a national level or through local Working Together groups.
There are 48 local Working Together groups around the country with each group meeting three or four times a year. At these meetings representatives are able to discuss potential issues and evaluate the progress on issues previously raised. These will be issues either that they have come across in their practice or that have been brought to their attention by other ACCA practitioners.
ACCA has representatives on each of the 48 groups and has a dedicated section on its website for the Working Together initiative. Minutes of meetings received from representatives of local groups are published on the website, allowing other ACCA practitioners to keep up to date and advise their local representatives of any general issues that should be raised with HRMC.
Please visit the Working Together page to find your local group.