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What is a 1046 authentication error?
When you receive the 1046 error message, this is because the details entered when attempting to file are incorrect, or they do not match what HMRC are expecting. To go through this error message, please see the below instructions or download our PDF step by step guide. Step 1: Check User ID and...
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Update to refunds made by HMRC
On 1st April 2015, HMRC updated their system to change the way they allocate repayments of overpaid tax. HMRC will only process the refund using the details entered in boxes 4-14 on page 6 of the core return if there had not been any payment made by debit or credit card prior to this....
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How do I resubmit a return or file an amended return?
If, after making a successful submission, you need to make changes and file an amended return, follow these steps: Make your corrections. Click on Check & Finish. Check and review your return and click on File online. On the File by internet results you should have the following text: ...
rating 18 Mar, 2016 Views: 23181
What exchange rate shall I use to convert foreign income into British pounds?
HMRC provides a list of exchange rates to use if you need to convert income into British pounds for your tax return.
rating 17 Jun, 2016 Views: 19979
Where do I declare redundancy or severance payments?
If you receive a redundancy or severance payment from an employer, you need to declare it on your tax return as follows. SimpleStep mode Go to Your Work > Lump Sums. For a payment of £30,000 or less, enter the figure in the box Compensation and lump sum exemption, up to £30,000. For a...
rating 10 Jan, 2018 Views: 18706
How do I pay HMRC?
You can pay HMRC by several methods which are listed below with links to the relevant page on HMRC's website: Same or next day: Online or telephone banking CHAPS (Clearing House Automated Payment System) Debit or Credit Card online (You won't be able to pay with a personal credit card...
rating 16 Nov, 2017 Views: 17029
Why can't I print my document or create a PDF?
If you're having problems printing or creating a PDF this could be due to a problem with the installation or configuration of Adobe Reader. If you're using TaxCalc 2015 or newer you can switch to TaxCalc Viewer instead. For more information read How do I enable TaxCalc Viewer? If your problem is...
rating 13 Mar, 2017 Views: 15958
How do I offset Capital Gains Tax losses?
Any unused Capital Gains Tax losses from previous years that are carried forward have to be used against the first available capital gains. This means that you can reduce your capital gains to the yearly allowance amount (£11,100 in 2015-16) and carry forward the remaining losses. TaxCalc does...
rating 22 Mar, 2016 Views: 15722
What's the deadline for my self-assessment tax return?
For the tax year ending 5 April 2017, the deadlines for self-assessment tax returns are: 31 October 2017 – paper. 30 December 2017 – online if you owe less than £3,000 and want it collected through next year's tax code. 31 January 2018 – online. If you miss the deadline you'll be...
rating 22 Sep, 2017 Views: 15639
How do overlap profits/relief work?
Overlap profits can result when the year end date doesn’t line up with the tax year. If there is an overlap, this means that in the first two tax returns that you submit online to HMRC, you will pay tax twice on the overlap amount. The following example shows you how this works. In this...
rating 10 Mar, 2015 Views: 15317

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