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The 1st 18/19 tax return information arrived @ 12 noon today

 

He wants to be the 1st - is he??

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By ireallyshouldknowthisbut
02nd Apr 2019 15:08

Nope.

Got 4 out, signed and back already, and 3 new ones in today alone, plus 2 I haven't done.

The ones who went out are co. directors's wanting mortgages.

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By bernard michael
02nd Apr 2019 15:17

Well that's another year he's failed. Why he wants to so early I don't know.
Strange chaps clients

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By Chris.Mann
02nd Apr 2019 15:40

Pity Iris (Keytime specifically) hasn't managed to provide the necessary software for 2018/19!

Not even a scooby doo of when the new issue might be released?

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By Louise A Williamson
05th Apr 2019 11:57

I tried to file one today but IRIS cannot yet submit personal tax returns later than 2018!

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By Silver Birch Accts
05th Apr 2019 17:55

The Keytime update arrived yesterday morning, but the download is so slow that my browser is fluctuating between three to sixteen hours for a 913mg download.
It is a ''known issue'' (they are working on it) apparently, IRIS have murdered Keytime from Oldham to Slough.

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By lionofludesch
05th Apr 2019 18:03

Silver Birch Accts wrote:

The Keytime update arrived yesterday morning, but the download is so slow that my browser is fluctuating between three to sixteen hours for a 913mg download.

How long have downloads been measured in milligrams ?

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By Vaughan Blake1
02nd Apr 2019 16:28

Already filed three 2018-19 returns by Christmas! All to the date of death unfortunately.

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By lionofludesch
02nd Apr 2019 18:04

Vaughan Blake1 wrote:

Already filed three 2018-19 returns by Christmas! All to the date of death unfortunately.

That's the plan !! Just die early in the tax year.

My uncle died on 6th April 1980 at 12.50 am. Putting the clocks forward saved my aunt a small fortune in tax. And she may very well have been the first claimant of Widow's Bereavement Allowance.

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By atleastisoundknowledgable...
05th Apr 2019 16:25

Vaughan Blake1 wrote:

Already filed three 2018-19 returns by Christmas! All to the date of death unfortunately.

That’s cheating.

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By Vallery Lee
05th Apr 2019 16:01

I received the first couple on 2nd March for trading years ended 28 February. I received another couple on spreadsheets a few days later - all spreadsheeted and drafted. I like to use HMRC software where possible as it is cheaper for the client. However I cannot draft at present because they are not ready, perhaps I will make the move to commercial software now!!

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By atleastisoundknowledgable...
05th Apr 2019 16:27

3 x R40s sent, does that count?

31/03 sole trader accounts received on 28/03 (she had Fri 29th off and doesn’t work weekends).

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By Andy Reeves
08th Apr 2019 16:48

I prepared and sent for approval seven individual and two partnership returns on Friday (5th), and filed three of those over the weekend (as I don't think the Gateway accepts them before 6th) and one more this morning. I had all of the information for each of them prior to 5th.

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