Member Since: 13th Apr 2014
17th May 2021
I spoke to the Agent helpline, they don't have any details of claims made for Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS). Apparently these are dealt with by a different department.
As agents have been excluded from the claim process, it is not possible to ascertain if a claim has been made, or the amount paid.
22nd Apr 2021
I have emailed Taxfiler regarding this, they have responded as follows
"We have still not yet released the updated version of the CT600 form.
Please contact us in about three weeks' time to see if these have now been updated or not.
The release/update should most probably be announced via the bell sign above the help icon(?) on the right of your Taxfiler screen."
That's a bit of a problem for me as I need to file by 30th April
22nd Apr 2021
In tax filer I suspect is under Other operating Income
7th Apr 2021
Exactly, fines are never justified by government, especially where there is no loss of revenue.
7th Apr 2021
HMRC required that tax payers claim SEISS.
This means that only the tax payer and HMRC know what was claimed.
Agents were specifically denied access to this process, so the chance of getting this wrong are greatly increased.
Presumably a method of collecting fines as well as tax.
2nd Nov 2020
I don't see a problem in two people claiming working from home
If you have a Limited company situation, would it be able to pay two lots of working from home allowance?
This wouldn't be taxable or NI able?
12th Sep 2019
There was a case many years ago now when HMRC charged an employee fuel benefit because when the car was purchased it had fuel in the tank. This was deemed to be private fuel supplied.
29th Jul 2018
I agree the password by telephone or personal contact.
You could always use fax; as that's what HMRC uses!!
13th Sep 2017
I have received a text message regarding VAT. On calling the number quoted HMRC said this was a new system and confirmed that all my clients VAT liabilities were nil.
I also received letters from HMRC regarding Corporation tax in this case the payment had been made and received by HMRC, but allocated to the wrong year. Apparently it was my fault they didn't sue the correct reference for the payment. Of course this is not available on the agent page.
HMRC systems have always been a bit flaky !!
19th Nov 2014
I have the same problem. When one employee changed from weekly to monthly. The dashboard said we had over paid. I raised a dispute, after about 3 months they phoned me, we agreed year end figures. No changes have been made to the dashboard, and they are saying we're due a refund, not too sure where to go now.