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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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How do I enter a repayment of a loan to participator?
When completing the details surrounding a repayment of a loan, the claim for relief is dependent upon the length of time following the loan being issued. The below extract has come from the HMRC website: Reclaiming within 2 years If you’re reclaiming within 2 years of the end of the...
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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
How should I treat Franked Investment Income on a CT600?
Franked Investment Income (FII) is the name for UK dividends that a limited company receives from another company. To record FII on a CT600: Open Tax adjusted profit/(loss) worksheet – disallowable expenditure. Enter the accounting profit into the box labelled Profit/(loss) on ordinary...
rating 27 Feb, 2017 Views: 19339
How do I carry back a loss to a previous financial year on a CT600?
If you want to carry back a tax loss from the current year and offset it against a previous year's profits, you'll need to adjust and resubmit the previous CT600. If the loss is from an accounting period ending between 24 November 2008 and 23 November 2010, you can carry it back for three years. ...
rating 03 May, 2018 Views: 16284
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
"Can't open this file. There's a problem with the file format" when trying to print preview in TaxCalc using Windows 8/8.1
You might get the following error message instead of a pdf preview window when printing from TaxCalc using Windows 8 or 8.1: Can't Open this file. There's a problem with the file format This could be caused by one of two issues: Adobe Reader isn't installed. Adobe Reader isn't the latest...
rating 28 Oct, 2015 Views: 14394
Tax Rates and Allowances
Please select from below: Income Tax National Insurance Contributions Working and Child Tax Credits Child Benefit and Guardian's Allowance Tax Free Savings Account Fuel Benefit Charge Van Benefit Charge VAT Capital Allowances Corporation Tax Authorised Mileage Rates Pension Contributions...
rating 19 Apr, 2018 Views: 13941
How do I enter R&D expenditure on my CT600?
When you make a claim for research and development, you need to enter figures for information and computation adjustment. You can do this in SimpleStep or HMRC Forms mode, as follows. You may also need to make a claim to surrender any losses. CT600 2015 form SimpleStep mode Go to CT600...
rating 14 Jun, 2016 Views: 7472
How do I complete the CT600 for a long period of accounts? (Practice users)
If your accounts cover a period of over 12 months, you'll need to complete the CT600 for two periods, as follows: Prepare the accounts for the full period and generate an XBRL version. Apportion the profit/loss into a 12-month period and the remaining days – using days meets the HMRC...
rating 26 Aug, 2016 Views: 5604

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