not looking for the easy path to lion taming then?
So far as I am aware
if you use third party software and it receives a success report from HMRC then storing that is your proof. The HMRC email just says:
"Thank you for sending the SA Trust submission online.
The submission for reference ********** was successfully received on dd-mm-yyyy and is being processed."
It makes no reference to the year submitted and is real no proof. If you're not sure take a screenshot of the HMRC Online page for the client showing receipt.
From the email "How's it working for you?"
Fine for me at present
A problem remains
with P46(CAR) submissions - see Service issues - PAYE
It rather looks as if
something more fundamental may have occurred this morning as the link to the Service Availability page currently fails
Roll on a volte face
on the unworkable High Income Child Benefit charge!!
Time for an e-petition?
Picking up with local knowledge,
or failure to do so is nothing new.
A long, long time ago when I was in HMRC I moved offices and was recommended a local B&B to stay at initially whilst I found somewhere more permanent. This was an outer London office that had a lot of people transferred in from LP's etc and the same place had often been recommended over the years. Around the time I moved there they suddenly realised that she did not appear on the books...OOPS!
Contrast that with a DI & at least one other inspector in my previous district who would go out at the weekend, and make diversions on the way back from Commissioners meetings etc, armed with a camera and notepad always at the ready.
If a taxpayer realises after 31 October a return is needed, for example to declare a company directorship and obtain a tax repayment that may arise, form SA1 will need to be submitted to generate a UTR.
If this was submitted on 15 January, there is little likelihood of the client appearing on the agent's list before 31 January - so the return can then be submitted online, as it must be.
In that circumstance, is HMRC obliged to grant 30 days grace from the date of SA1 submission thereby allowing a non-penalised 15 February submission?
As there is no UTR, HMRC will not have required a return to be issued. 31 Jan does not apply to submission of the return as a result. The relevant filing deadline is three months from when HMRC issue a notice to make a return. There is the potential for a late notification penalty - though as that is tax based, and in your query there is a refund, that is unlikely to arise
Initially thought from your post heading that you didn't think they were of much use ;) ....then I read the content and you might like themFirstTab wrote:
Thanks Natalie, I found the article helpful.
It would be good to read experiences UK accountants using QR codes.
I am thinking about having QR codes as part of my car wrap. Though I will try and make it an interesting design. The code will direct people to the contact page. Is this too boring?
Does any one have QR codes on their business card? The one I saw looked really ugly. One option could be a QR code on the back of the card.
Sorry, I'll get my coat
Certainly easier than using Array formulae
Worth noting that SUMIFS does the same thing in Excel 2010 (and possibly 2007, not sure as I want from 2003 to 2010)