Member Since: 17th Aug 2012
12th Jun 2019
You need to tell NICO by using the following form: https://www.tax.service.gov.uk/shortforms/form/CeaseTrading
16th May 2019
The taxable amount is the TOTAL payments receievd less the qualifying amount. See HS236 Qualifying Care Relief.
9th May 2019
For a one-off payment I would normally claim the relief in box 22 of the Tax Return "Residence, remittance basis, etc." supplementary page. You also need to attach a completed "Helpsheet 304".
29th Apr 2019
Our TaxCalc fee increase this year was 4.3%. Don't understand why you would have such a large hike!
23rd Apr 2019
I submitted my first MTD Vat return on 1 April for quarter Jan-Mar. The VAT payment due in respect of this is due to be taken around 10 May. However, on 11 April I received an email from HMRC advising that my DD payment hasn't been collected and that I should pay it by bank transfer, debit card or corporate credit card.
I phoned HMRC to query this and when I eventually got through to them they had no idea why I'd been sent the email. They confirmed that my DD was still in place and that I didn't need to take any further action. Just not sure whether to believe them or not!!
27th Mar 2019
I have just checked for an update and it says I'm using the most up to date version but the 2018/19 Returns still aren't available!!
13th Mar 2019
The whole system has gone mad!! HMRC won't change the interest in the 2019/20 tax code without you supplying them with estimated income for every bank account held!!! I pointed out that this was madness as one of my client uses fixed term bonds and doesn't know at this stage what interest rates she will get next year.
I raised this through the agent forum but didn't get a helpful response!!
14th Feb 2019
I too would like to know where/when we can see a response to the HoL enquiry!!
8th Feb 2019
We still have one and it was used in the last week of January when HMRC faxed through an up to date statement for our client, having refused to used email and snail mail would have taken at least a week.
25th Jul 2018
The due date is the later of the normal due date or 30 days after grant of probate.
See the "Concessional dates for interest" section in the following link. https://www.gov.uk/hmrc-internal-manuals/self-assessment-manual/sam90010