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On several apparently random occasions we have submitted tax returns using Tax Filer and have received confirmation of receipt with IR mark etc.

However HMRC are not processing the return as they are saying they have been received as amendments to existing returns. But no previous returns have been submitted.

Is anyone else having this problem?

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By lionofludesch
10th Sep 2019 16:15

No - but I haven't submitted any for a month or so.

Is this new ?

More importantly, is the "amended return" box ticked by accident ?

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By nick farrow
10th Sep 2019 16:25

thx Lion - no amendment button not checked

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By Matrix
10th Sep 2019 16:29

Mine have all gone through ok. I would check per above whether you ticked the amended return box by mistake.

When you go to Review & File it says Amended return before the IR mark. So check this and if it is not this then it must be a problem HMRC’s end.

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By lionofludesch
10th Sep 2019 16:42

Unless the taxpayer's HMRC account has been hacked and zillions have been repaid to some scammer.

Not trying to worry anybody, like.......

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By Matrix
10th Sep 2019 16:48

Oh dear, or the agent’s account.

I have submitted two from Taxfiler today so will check for updates at HMRC in the next few days to see if it is a Taxfiler issue.

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By Matrix
10th Sep 2019 16:49

Lion, please can I ask you a favour, please would you have a look at the sideways relief question I posted today when you get a chance?

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By lionofludesch
10th Sep 2019 16:54

Jaysus !!

When did I become AWeb's expert on sideways loss relief ?

OK - I'll have a look ......

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By Matrix
10th Sep 2019 17:39

Thanks Lion.

Well, that and basis periods :)

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By nick farrow
10th Sep 2019 17:02

thanks for your comments we will check for 3rd time at least to ensure we have not inadvertently ticked amendment box

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By lionofludesch
11th Sep 2019 08:48

nick farrow wrote:

thanks for your comments we will check for 3rd time at least to ensure we have not inadvertently ticked amendment box

Or check the taxpayer's account on the HMRC site to see if a return has been submitted.

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By lionofludesch
11th Sep 2019 08:48

So good I said it twice.

Again.

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By zarar
10th Sep 2019 17:57

I had this before and when I checked the online account with HMRC a return had already been allocated to the client.

After a lot of investigation it turned out 2 people were given the same UTR by HMRC - not both my clients

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By lionofludesch
10th Sep 2019 18:08

zarar wrote:

I had this before and when I checked the online account with HMRC a return had already been allocated to the client.

After a lot of investigation it turned out 2 people were given the same UTR by HMRC - not both my clients

What are the odds against that ?

Just under ten billion to one.

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