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Self assessment statements not sent?

Self assessment statements not sent?

I am currently checking my clients' 31 July payments due online and of the first 6 clients that I have checked I find 3 do not appear to have been sent Statements of Account.

Does anyone know if there is a problem with SA statements of account not beeing sent?

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By Nevill
13th Jul 2010 09:35

SA Statements Late

They seem to be sending the statements out now. I received mine on Saturday. Typical of HMRC.

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13th Jul 2010 09:58

Not got any for a long time

I thought they'd stopped sending them to agents.

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13th Jul 2010 12:12

RECEIVED

2 YESTERDAY

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By yardy
13th Jul 2010 16:48

statements

yes but if you look at these the staements are all dated before the end of June...

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13th Jul 2010 18:16

You think they are competent?

You expect HMRC to put a statement in the post the same day like we do?

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14th Jul 2010 13:05

Wait a while?

I've had a few clients also saying that they haven't receieved theirs. Given that there is till two and a half weeks until the end of the month then maybe worth a wait? What I have advised my clients is to wait until next monday and if they haven't receieved one, to give me a call and I'll send them an alternative payslip so they can pay.

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14th Jul 2010 14:25

Just in

Received mine Saturday dated 26 June.

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14th Jul 2010 14:38

STATEMENTS

dITTO, seem to take 2 -3 weeks from date to arrive.

 

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14th Jul 2010 19:18

Pay online

"I'll send them an alternative payslip so they can pay."

My clients usually pay online.

What's wrong with just having a UTR - why make the reference so complicated? Why have to accounts offices? It's unnecessary.

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19th Jul 2010 13:20

Self assessment statements sent late

Has anyone considered that it is not the Revenue who are at fault, but the Post Office?

My husband had a hospital letter on Saturday, 17th July dated 24th June. It was to remind him of an appointment on 7th July! I can't think that the NHS held this letter back as well, so perhaps the postal services are also to blame for the HMRC Self assessment statements being received late with a June date on them.

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19th Jul 2010 13:26

Yes but it's not

Sometimes other letters are received late but HMRC machine printed letters are ALWAYS received late.

So, the answer is, yes, I have considered that it could be the Post Office but I think the evidence indicates it is HMRC. In fact HMRC staff blame the outsourcing system they have in place for bulk post.

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