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How do I file an SA800 partnership return with no trade?
If you're filing an SA800 return for a partnership that only has Land & Property, Foreign or Savings & Investments income (that is, it doesn't carry out a partnership trade or profession) you'll need to create a dummy trade. You can do this in HMRC Forms mode by following these steps: ...
rating 02 Mar, 2018 Views: 4561
Where do I enter dividends paid to shareholders on a CT600?
Dividends paid to shareholders aren't included on a CT600. Instead you'd enter them on the shareholders' individual returns, if you're preparing these. A Corporation Tax return consists of three documents: the CT600 a set of statutory financial statements, which discloses the dividends a...
rating 28 Oct, 2015 Views: 4311
How do I declare equalisation payments from a unit trust?
You can declare equalisation payments from a unit trust in SimpleStep or HMRC Forms mode. SimpleStep mode Go to Capital Gains Tax > Asset Details. Enter the equalisation payment marked as Trust: gain attributable to you. Continue to complete the information relating to the gain. HMRC...
rating 18 Mar, 2016 Views: 4225
#7752 – The CRN on the submission does not match the CRN for this Unique Taxpayer Reference
HMRC has introduced a validation upon submission to try and reduce the number of submissions where the Company Registration Number (CRN) used in the CT600 and the attached accounts doesn't belong to the submitting company. Submissions that fail the validation will generate the following error...
rating 16 Mar, 2016 Views: 3674
As a non-resident, how do I claim personal allowances where available?
You may be able to claim personal allowances as a non-resident. If you are allowed to do this, you can input the details using SimpleStep or HMRC Forms as instructed below. SimpleStep mode Browse to Residence and Remittance Tick the box for Personal allowances under a Double Taxation...
rating 07 Dec, 2017 Views: 3545
How do I enter online filing credentials (Practice users)?
To enter/edit your Company details, address, email etc, follow these steps: Click on Help > Application Settings. Click on Firm Details on the left. Double click on Main Office in the middle. Click on Contact Details. Enter the details as required on this page. Please Note: Main email is...
rating 12 Dec, 2016 Views: 3543
Delayed response / Return keeps polling when filing to HMRC
If you receive a status from HMRC of Delayed Response when attempting to file online, this usually means that HMRC's processing systems are very busy. This won't affect the submission of the return itself but it does mean that the Submission Finished message won't be as prompt as usual. ...
rating 09 Jan, 2017 Views: 3465
I've received a letter from HMRC stating that I've submitted an amended return but no original has been received – what do I do?
An online amendment would've been sent to HMRC if the Amended box was ticked in the online filing settings page when you filled in your original return. If you haven't submitted the original return yet, follow these steps: Click on Check and Finish. Click on File online. Click on Re-submit...
rating 15 Jun, 2016 Views: 3460
HMRC Exclusions
Why am I getting a message about an Exclusion and I have to paper file my Return? Exclusions refer to scenarios on tax returns which HMRC are unable to process, with the correct calculation, electronically. For these cases, HMRC advise that paper returns be filed. If you need to send a paper...
rating 05 Dec, 2018 Views: 3219
Where do I report foreign earnings not taxable in the UK?
You don't usually have to declare foreign earnings that aren't taxable in the UK on the tax return. But if you do want to declare these earnings, follow the instructions below. SimpleStep mode Go to Residence and remittance Dual Residence. Complete the wizard for the relevant tax relief...
rating 18 Aug, 2015 Views: 3208

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