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CT 600 Online Forms

CT 600 Online Forms

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Has anyone else out there had problems with the new online CT600 Forms? My client had a brought forward balance on his Writing Down Pool of £900 at 1st April 2008. There were no additions to his assets. Therefore I want to claim £900 writing down allowance on a 'small' pool brought forward. The CT600 form in Box CP89 does not allow me to do this. Any help out there please?

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By Tax Angel
28th Jan 2010 20:07

Call online services helpline

I suggest that you call the online services helpdesk and ask them if it is a known problem and they have a work around.  If they are unaware of it, it can be referred to the supportteams who will investigate.

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By kenny achampong
28th Jan 2010 22:51

small pool

Unlike the SA return, there isnt a specific box, but it is still a capital allowance and so I've just been putting it in the normal WDA box. You are obviously attaching the tax comp and so cant see why it would be problem. I've not had any comebacks.

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By Anonymous
29th Jan 2010 10:15

Thanks Kenny

I understand your answer Kenny. In the CT600 form it says put the Pool write off in CP89. When I do this I get an error message. Only allows me to calc 20% of the Pool Brought forward. How did you manage to complete your Pool write off then? Thanks for your response.

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By pr1ncess73
27th Apr 2010 17:06

Small pool write off

Hi

Not sure if you got a definitive answer to this yet, but I had the same problem and called the HMRC helpline today.

Spoke to a really helpful guy who confirmed that the online form does NOT support small pool write offs. Instead the customer can claim the 'normal amount' of WDA. Ha!

Anyway, what we agreed was that I'd put the grossed up TWDV figure (so, TWDV x 100/20) in Box CP78, then 20% of that figure in CP89. This does give an incorrect figure in Box CP92 (ie it gives a TWDV b/f when it should in fact be £nil) but I'm going to fax my Tax Office (calling will be futile as it's Central London and their number is ALWAYS busy) and explain the situation. The tax due will be correct and that should be the important thing, no?

Anyway, hope this helps anyone else struggling with this issue.

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