Wow, sexist as well. How would you feel if that comment was made the other way round?
The last time I called for something similar, they said the letter was received on xxx date and they were currently working post from xxx date so it should be xxx weeks.
The loan charge does not get full settlement. When full settlement is finally made, interest will be added then.
The best thing to do would be to call HMRC and ask them.
People moan when anonymous posts are made and this one isn't anonymous.
People moan when OP's do not give their own opinion and this one has.
I wouldn't refuse to give them the information but HMRC need have a good reason to want it. I wouldn't just hand everything over because they request it for a PAYE visit.
That does seem excessive to me. The last one I had concentrated on expenses, payroll, DLA, things like that. I wouldn't be inclined to give them all of the information they want off you without a good reason why.
So after all of the comments, we are back to the P11D question. That is where I would start.
By way of an update I have spoken to a HMRC technical officer who said that manual P11Ds must be prepared with a covering letter explaining why a % of the total benefit has been allocated to each employee. If the car was shared throughout the year then the 'Dates car was available' should be left blank on each P11D.
What a waste of time and highlights the constraints of software.
Just as I said but be aware that they will put the full 100% in their tax codes and not 50%.
I used to deal with a case like this and sent in paper forms with the full amounts crossed out and 50% written in large figures. I also sent a covering letter but each year I would phone up as they inevitably taxed them on 100% each.