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Amending RTI submission in-year

Amending RTI submission in-year

I have a client who failed to tell me he stopped paying his worker some weeks ago, the result is I now have 10 weeks of RTI submission declaring payments made when none were!

The worker has not left, the work is seasonal, but there will be no more payments until after April.

Is there anything that can be done now to correct this, or is it just as easy to wait until after 5th April then submit an EYU?

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07th Mar 2016 16:37

Zero pay
Rerun and refile the 10 weeks with zero gross pay (and no tax refunds). Each one will replace the one already filed, and the replacements will have the correct year to date pay.

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07th Mar 2016 16:44

But

if you re-run payroll with zero gross pay wouldn't that be an EPS rather than and FPS and therefore not update the year to date figures to HMRC?

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07th Mar 2016 19:21

All sorted

dnicholson wrote:
Rerun and refile the 10 weeks with zero gross pay (and no tax refunds). Each one will replace the one already filed, and the replacements will have the correct year to date pay.

 

Yes that worked, many thanks!

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07th Mar 2016 16:54

No
@Anon: No, a nil EPS is when you have no FPS's in a tax month (a zero value FPS is still an FPS). If there are no more workers then any tax months not covered by the 10 weeks will need nil EPS's.

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