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SEISS claim not including payments under CIS???

SEISS claim not including payments under CIS???

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Friend, ie not a client so I can't check what was filed, says his SEISS grant did not include that income paid to him as a sub-contractor under the CIS scheme

Anyone else come across that??

BB

 

 

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By Truthsayer
23rd May 2020 16:51

How could that possibly be true? Income under CIS is not separately identified on the SATR, so how could HMRC leave it out, even if they wanted to? I suspect the taxpayer left the CIS income off the SATR to begin with due to stupidly thinking it was 'already taxed', and therefore it has not featured in the SEISS calculation.

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By garystirling
23rd May 2020 17:44

Agreed

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By Not Anonymous
23rd May 2020 17:48

Or maybe he included it on an "employment" page rather than as part of his self employed income?

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By lincolnartist
23rd May 2020 22:52

What twaddle

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By Not Anonymous
23rd May 2020 22:57

lincolnartist wrote:

What twaddle

The original question or the possibility of earnings with tax deducted at source being declared as employment income by an unrepresented person?

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By lincolnartist
24th May 2020 15:06

The original question. I would have replied to your answer if referring to that.

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By fawltybasil2575
24th May 2020 11:39

@ BB (OP).

There are only two realistic possible explanations for your friend’s comment:-

(1) The friend’s having misunderstood how the SEISS Grant has been calculated by HMRC, and/or

(2) One or more of the Tax Returns, upon which the SEISS Grant has been calculated, being incorrect.

Basil.

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By buttercup books
24th May 2020 14:26

Thank you all,

I agree, the most likely scenario is the person concerned has either not declared the income, or declared it as employment,

I only ask because sometimes, beloved HMRC does really odd things, always worth checking before you tell someone he's a plonker

many thanks, keeps safe, bb

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