It's Friday, so it's time for a bitch about HMRC.
I submitted my tax return on 25th April, together with a return for 'er indoors. Tax calculated and agreed.
Today I received reminders from HMRC in respect of both returns asking me to submit the returns as soon as possible. The letters were "dated" 6th April.
How many millions of these letters do they send out to people who have already submitted their returns? Is anyone in charge of their computers? Even I could write a simple program that informs MAIL DEPT that a return has been received so don't bother sending a reminder.
If (as the letter informs me), 92% of taxpayers submit their returns on line, why are HMRC using snail mail to issue reminders?