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CT600 Corporation Tax Return
#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: 4275
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...
rating 03 Aug, 2020 Views: 3710
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: 3691
Why does the IRmark on a tax return change?
What is the IR Mark? The IR Mark is a software generated reference and assists in the creation of the File By Internet Receipt returned by HMRC. It is a mechanism which could potentially be used during investigations, to aid taxpayers and HMRC in ensuring that the submission sent and received...
rating 09 Feb, 2021 Views: 3630
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: 3603
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: 3411
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: 3335
How do I complete the CT600 for a long period of accounts? (Business users)
If your accounts cover a period of more than 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 (if required). Apportion the profit/loss into a 12-month period and the remaining days – using days...
rating 24 Mar, 2020 Views: 3016
How to enter multiple trades on the CT600?
Unfortunately, you cannot enter multiple trades on the CT600. Instead you need to enter the combined figures into the computation to show the overall position and then attach a PDF computation for each trade to show the individual computations. This can be done in either SimpleStep or HMRC Forms...
rating 24 Mar, 2020 Views: 2943
How do I enter a Research and Development Expenditure Credit (RDEC) on my CT600?
The research and development expenditure credit (RDEC) replaced the large company scheme in April 2016 to continue to encourage investment in R&D. A large company can claim a taxable credit on qualifying R&D expenditure, up to 2 years after the end of the accounting period it relates to.In...
rating 13 Aug, 2020 Views: 2695
Where do I enter Special Withholding Tax on a CT600?
To enter Special Withholding Tax on a CT600, follow these instructions: CT600 (2015) Version 3 SimpleStep mode – CT600 Core > Reliefs and deductions in terms of tax > Double taxation relief. HMRC Forms mode – CT600 Core > Page 5 > Box 450. CT600 (2008) Version 2 PLEASE...
rating 29 Mar, 2017 Views: 2630
How do I view, modify or import old CT600 returns? (Practice customers)
If you want to open a CT600 return made in an earlier version of TaxCalc, follow these steps: Go to Practice Manager. Click on Import Client Select the tax year you wish to import the file from Choose if you want to import a single return or multiple returns and Browse to select the file ...
rating 29 Jul, 2020 Views: 2622
How do I complete a CT600 for a property company? (Practice users)
To complete a CT600 for a property company, follow these steps: Open the client in Practice Manager. Go to Company Information. Tick Company is a Property Business (formerly schedule A taxation). Create or open the CT600. Go to Company Type (SimpleStep mode) or Information (HMRC Forms...
rating 03 Aug, 2020 Views: 2617
How do I write off small pools in the Capital Allowances grid?
To write off small pools (with a balance of less than £1,000) and claim the allowance, first open the Capital Allowances grid. SimpleStep mode SA100 – Your Work > Self Employment > Short/Full Form – Details > Capital Allowances SA800 – Trades or professions for (XXX) >...
rating 28 Jul, 2020 Views: 2581
Error message: 1610 The accounting period for this amended return does not match the records currently held for the company
When you file a Corporation Tax return to HMRC, the system expects the next return to be either an amended return or a new return following on from the last period. If you submit an incorrect period and then try to amend the dates, you'll get the following error message: 1610 Known Facts Check...
rating 21 Sep, 2015 Views: 2440

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