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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...
rating 28 Jun, 2017 Views: 95560
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...
rating 21 Mar, 2019 Views: 32551
How do I register as an agent with HMRC?
To register for online filing as an agent with HMRC you'll need an Agent Reference Number. Apply to your local tax office or apply online via the HMRC Online Services if you're overseas. Once you've received your Agent Reference Number, follow these steps: Go to the New user page on the HMRC...
rating 18 Mar, 2016 Views: 19927
What's the deadline for my self-assessment tax return?
For the tax year ending 5 April 2018, the deadlines for self-assessment tax returns are: 31 October 2018 – paper. 30 December 2018 – online if you owe less than £3,000 and want it collected through next year's tax code. 31 January 2019 – online. If you miss the deadline you'll be...
rating 22 Nov, 2018 Views: 16139
Can I file a paper return using TaxCalc?
If you want to file a paper return, you can print your return using TaxCalc and then send this by post. PLEASE NOTE: When you print the return, you must ensure that you print the return in greyscale or colour. Black and white returns will be rejected. The paper return deadline is 31 October 2019...
rating 21 Mar, 2019 Views: 9662
Connection error when submitting a tax return to HMRC
If you receive a connection error message when attempting to submit an online tax return, this means that your submission isn't getting through to the Gateway quickly enough and the Gateway has closed the internet connection to prevent it becoming blocked. The likely causes of this error are...
rating 02 May, 2018 Views: 7871
How long do I have to file an amended CT600 return?
HMRC places restrictions on when you can file an amended CT600 return online: You can only file an amended return within 12 months of the filing date. In the case of a return for the wrong period, you can only file within 12 months of what would be the filing date if the period for which you...
rating 19 Nov, 2015 Views: 5928
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 23 Aug, 2019 Views: 4440
#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: 3959
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: 3686
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: 3542
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 12 Sep, 2019 Views: 3137
What tax years can I file online?
Self Assessment Your Self Assessment Tax Return (SA100, SA800, SA900) normally has to be (completed and submitted to HM Revenue and Customs) by 31 October following the tax year end (5 April) if you file on paper, or by 31 January following the tax year end if you file online. So the 2019 tax...
rating 20 Aug, 2019 Views: 2842
Error message: Data does not match / HMRC failed data checks
When filing a 64-8 form online, you might see the following error message, stating that the data doesn't match. This usually means that your postcode or National Insurance Number doesn't match that held by HMRC. Before you can file the 64-8, you need to contact HMRC and ask them to update...
rating 17 Dec, 2015 Views: 2133
How do I register for online filing to HMRC?
To register for online filing you'll need your: Unique Taxpayer Reference (UTR) – the 10-digit number that appears on any correspondence from HMRC. National Insurance number or postcode. If you don't have a UTR, complete the Registering for Self Assessment form. HMRC will then send you...
rating 06 Nov, 2015 Views: 2077

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