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Corporation Tax submissions not going through

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Have been trying to file a client's CT return yesterday and today but keep getting "No response for your submission". Have rung software provider and they say that a number of people have contacted them with the same issue, so looks like an HMRC problem. Is this a problem with just CT or is anyone having difficulties with any other tax return submissions?

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By neiltonks
11th Jul 2017 10:56

The same thing is happening with payroll submissions (FPS, EPS). This has been an intermittent problem for a while now.

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By lovebucket
11th Jul 2017 11:34

Had one SA return hanging for 48 hours now, other returns gone through fine this morning.

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By Chris Mann
11th Jul 2017 12:18

There should be automatic penalties, where HMRC's systems fail. Similar to flight delay compensation.

I'd guess they'd be quickly fixed? It would be interesting to know how often the systems are down at the moment? It seems to be for longer and longer periods, these days. Wholly unsatisfactory but, totally expected.

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By MaryTK2
11th Jul 2017 13:10

I have been informed that there has been a problem related to a power outage at an HMRC data centre yesterday. No information on if fault is intermittent or when it will be resolved.

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By SteLacca
11th Jul 2017 13:40

You mean someone forgot to put 10 bob in the meter?

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By Peter Cane
11th Jul 2017 13:42

Thanks MaryTK2

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By Chris Mann
11th Jul 2017 13:48

BA recently had an "outage" issue, which The Guardian reported on, as follows;-

"The IT shutdown that led to chaos for British Airways was caused by an “uncontrolled return of power” following an outage that physically damaged servers at its data centre, the airline has said".

"Experts predict BA could face a bill of over £100m in compensation costs".

The difference here of course, is that HMRC won't be making any compensation, even though many of us, who deal with their chaos, encounter costs, in real terms. Case rested!

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By BIGWAL
11th Jul 2017 14:12

Same problem with CT600 submitted at 7.20pm yesterday.
Taxfiler advise a problem with HMRC servers that started yesterday afternoon.
Roll on MTD

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By Moonbeam
11th Jul 2017 16:40

I've been having problems with CT return. HMRC website says there are problems with CT stuff. I didn't look at anything else.

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By WallyGandy
11th Jul 2017 19:50

Been trying to file CT 600 for 24 hours now and Taxcalc has reported HMRC problems. Oh! Sorry! HMRC never ever have problems.... But we all know better, eh? Just annoying- no urgency on the case save to clear the file from my desk.

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By WallyGandy
11th Jul 2017 19:50

Been trying to file CT 600 for 24 hours now and Taxcalc has reported HMRC problems. Oh! Sorry! HMRC never ever have problems.... But we all know better, eh? Just annoying- no urgency on the case save to clear the file from my desk.

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By DMGbus
11th Jul 2017 20:48

HMRC have actually acknowledged that there are problems on the following webpage:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/corporation-tax-service-avail...

Service issues

HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) are aware of problems processing receipt of some Corporation Tax online message submissions. This is under urgent investigation.

Please do not resubmit.

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By Cheshire
12th Jul 2017 00:08

This started on Friday and not just with CT! Takes them far too long to put messages out.

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By StartUpAcc
12th Jul 2017 17:24

Still waiting for CT returns from 2 days ago to be confirmed as accepted.....

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By Wanderer
12th Jul 2017 18:14

Having same problem with SA today.

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By SteLacca
12th Jul 2017 21:19

I'm a technophile. I love my tech. I love the internet. I love CGX. I love my operating system (mind you, I use Linux, so I control it).

HMRC have a demonstrable ability to be techno-phobic.

'Nuff said.

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