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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: 3033
Why does the IRmark on a tax return change?
The IRmark on a tax return will change if you: make changes to the entries on the return remove a figure and re-enter it as it was before. The IRmark shouldn't change if you amend anything outside of the return, such as an email address or filing credentials. Please note that when a...
rating 10 May, 2019 Views: 3030
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: 2966
What is the difference between Government gateway and Gov.UK verify?
HMRC have introduced a new method of taxpayer access on Gov.UK called Verify. It is a partial replacement for the Government Gateway and is designed for individuals only. The new account uses personal information to identify you when you create the account and then either additional security...
rating 07 Feb, 2017 Views: 2963
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: 2963
How do I contact TaxCalc Support or Sales from outside the UK?
There are two ways to contact Support or Sales from outside the UK: Call +44 1189 364 805 Email us and we will endeavour to assist via email or remote support tools. Support opening hours are from 9:00am to 5:00pm Monday to Thursday and 9:30am to 5:00pm Friday, excluding UK bank holidays. We...
rating 23 Apr, 2018 Views: 2958
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: Self Employment HMRC Forms mode (Full Form): page 5, box 101. Partnership HMRC Forms mode (Short or Full Form):...
rating 05 Aug, 2019 Views: 2957
Error 3318: The period to which the Return's Accounts applies does not coincide with the effective from/to dates of the referenced Accounts Taxonomy.
When submitting a CT600 to HMRC you may encounter the following submission error message: This occurs when: trying to file a CT600 tax return with a return period that starts after 31/12/2015 with iXBRL accounts attached which have been prepared using the FRSSE Accounting Standard. ...
rating 08 Jul, 2019 Views: 2953
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 09 May, 2019 Views: 2901
How do I carry back self employment losses?
To carry back a self-employment loss for the current year to a previous year, you need to make a manual adjustment to your tax return for the year in which the loss occurred. You don't need to resubmit your return for the previous year. To calculate the manual tax adjustment figure, follow these...
rating 29 Oct, 2015 Views: 2724

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