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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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Useful HMRC links and contact numbers
Personal Tax How to pay HMRC – Different ways to pay your Income Tax or Capital Gains Tax Online Services Helpdesk – Help signing up for online services or submission issues Tel: 0300 200 3600 (+44 161 930 8445 international) Registering for Self-Assessment – How and when you need to...
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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. Please see the video tutorial for a walk through of the process. Alternatively, please follow these written steps: Make your corrections. Click on Check & Finish. Check and review your...
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Where do I declare redundancy or severance payments?
This article will complete an example scenario to best explain the process and entries required for the method of declaring redundancy and severance payments. In this scenario, the overall payment received as per the P60/P45 is £100,000, of which £75,000 is relating to redundancy. SimpleStep...
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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.
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Can I get an official HMRC SA302 summary from TaxCalc?
Unfortunately TaxCalc doesn't produce any documentation bearing the official HMRC logo. This includes summaries such as the SA302. Mortgage lenders are now accepting the SA302 summary produced by third party software or the tax year overview. HMRC have stopped sending paper SA302 tax summaries...
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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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How do I import a return between non-consecutive years?
If you can't access a copy of the previous year’s tax return prepared in TaxCalc but do have a copy of a return from an earlier year, you may wish to bring this forward to the current year to retain personal information, basic entries and HMRC filing credentials. You can only directly...
rating 18 Oct, 2019 Views: 22162
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...
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