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Tax Return Production
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: 3841
How do I print a copy of my return?
You can easily print your tax return to a printer or PDF. Please see the below video tutorial for more information. Alternatively, please see the written instructions below: Open the tax return. Click on Check and Finish. Click on Print. Click on Next Step in the HMRC warning message (if...
rating 05 Nov, 2020 Views: 3803
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. When...
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How do I recover CIS tax deducted on a CT600?
Unfortunately, there is no facility to recover CIS tax through the CT600. CIS tax is an employment tax that's deducted from a limited company's gross income and therefore forms part of the PAYE system. Unfortunately, HMRCs systems do not synchronise information and therefore the required entries...
rating 15 Sep, 2017 Views: 3709
When can I use the Dividend Database or What If? Planner?
The What If planner and Dividend Database are add on modules to your existing tax packages. Each year, the software is updated in June to contain the updated details required. Between April and June, TaxCalc are in communication with HMRC and are finalising the information that we have before...
rating 28 May, 2021 Views: 3660
Where do I enter Carers Allowance?
To enter Carer's Allowance, go to the Other taxable state benefits wizard screen in SimpleStep or HMRC Forms. SimpleStep mode Select Pension income and benefits from the left-hand menu. Tick the box Taxable State pension or benefits. Click Next Step to go to the State retirement pension and...
rating 03 Aug, 2020 Views: 3595
How do I offset losses against profits (and also reduce Class 4 NIC)?
Profit chargeable to Class 4 NIC You can offset losses against a profit to reduce Class 4 payments. To do this enter the loss amount into the profit schedule in the following places: SimpleStep: Self Employment (Full Form) > Tax and National Insurance > Adjustments to profits chargeable...
rating 23 Mar, 2021 Views: 3585
How do I enter a balancing charge/allowance for a capital allowance asset that I've written off in a previous year?
To enter a balancing charge/allowance for an asset that you've written off in a previous year, follow these steps: Add a new asset. Choose the type of asset (whichever pool the asset was initially entered in). Enter the date of acquisition or any date in a prior accounting period. Tick Asset...
rating 03 Aug, 2020 Views: 3500
TaxCalc doesn't generate a print preview
TaxCalc uses the Adobe pdf file standard as its printing output. This allows you to have more control over the printing options and also allows you to save your tax returns as pdf documents. If you get an error from Adobe Reader when trying to generate a print preview, follow these instructions:...
rating 16 Mar, 2016 Views: 3452
How do I remove duplicate property pages?
Duplicate property pages may be created if you've imported a return from last year and: you used the joint import to import income from another individual tax return which contains income from the same property. ​you have manually entered details with the same property name. You can...
rating 19 Nov, 2015 Views: 3411
How do I make a negligible value claim?
If you own an asset that has become of negligible value – worth next to nothing – you can make a negligible value claim. This will be treated as though you'd sold the asset and immediately reacquired it for an amount equal to its value at the time you made the claim. Before you can make a...
rating 03 Aug, 2020 Views: 3340
Using the Dividend Database
This article shows you how to add dividend payments to your tax return If you have imported your previous year’s return into the current year, click on Refresh to update all the payments made in the current tax year. If you have no changes to your holdings they should now all be up to date. ...
rating 20 Feb, 2020 Views: 3318
How do I get my proof of filing?
When you successfully file a return using TaxCalc, you'll get the following receipt. This contains the IR Mark (top left) and is your proof of filing. You can print this receipt for your records or save it as a PDF. To do this, click on Print this FBI receipt. NOTE: You'll also receive an...
rating 22 Feb, 2019 Views: 3271
How do I import a return from the previous year's tax return? (Individual Users)
Depending on whether you are looking to import a single tax return file or multiple tax return files, the instructions will vary. Below are 2 videos, the first for importing multiple tax returns and the second for single file. Video 1 - Multiple tax return files Video 2 - Single tax return...
rating 24 Mar, 2021 Views: 3245
Does TaxCalc calculate Private Residence Relief on Capital Gains Tax?
TaxCalc doesn't calculate Private Residence Relief (PRR) on Capital Gains Tax. You will have to do this manually. You can use the HMRC helpsheet on PRR (from page 6) and the HMRC website to help you with these calculations. If you have any queries on Capital Gains Tax and PRR call the HMRC...
rating 25 Feb, 2015 Views: 3238

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