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Have you received a demand for underpaid tax from HMRC?

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Have you received a demand for underpaid tax from HMRC? If you need assistance to respond to this demand then don’t despair! Free help is at hand. A group of volunteer qualified account… Read More
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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
Have you received a demand for underpaid tax from HMRC?

If you need assistance to respond to this demand then don’t despair!

Free help is at hand.

A group of volunteer qualified accountants has been established to help those on low incomes affected by the 2010 PAYE underpayments fiasco.

The group aims to provide a tax calculation check as well as general advice and guidance regarding how to handle the HMRC demand for the underpaid tax.

The group, set up by Elaine Clark, Managing Director of CheapAccounting.co.uk, is made up of accountants who are regular contributors to UK Business Forums where they provide free accounts and tax advice.

UK Business Forums have lent their support to this initiative by providing a dedicated forum for those affected by this issue.

Elaine says:


“My view is that the people hit hardest by these demands for underpaid tax will be those who think they have done nothing wrong as their tax is collected via the pay as you earn (PAYE) system.


“In all likelihood these people will never have received a letter from HMRC and the demand will be a great worry.

“I want to offer them a place to get advice and help on this matter and through the UK Business Forums we are able to do just that.”
To contact the group please visit UK Business Forums:

http://www.ukbusinessforums.co.uk/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=122

Send an email to:

[email protected]

Or telephone the help line on 01480 718 418
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6y, 7m agoPosted 6 years, 7 months ago
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#1
Hubby got a rebate this morning, not much, and what they've done is add it to his tax code so he pays less this year. I can't explain it either, as his job/employer hasn't changed for years. I've no doubt in another few years this'll come back to haunt us and we'll owe it all back again.
banned#2
What about the ones who have overpaid their tax
#3
goldmax
What about the ones who have overpaid their tax


They will pay it back with a lower tax band made for the next financial year (I have heard). If you want advice then ask in the forum here
#4
THREAD HIJACK

Faevilangell, what happened to your website competition? Did you just not bother in the end?
#5
No I haven't, but would sugar myself if I did!

Edited By: CarraYNWA on Sep 15, 2010 16:35: edit
#6
mr.potato_head
THREAD HIJACK

Faevilangell, what happened to your website competition? Did you just not bother in the end?


Got removed by the mods, they are checking whether it breaks the sites "self promo" rules, but not heard anything since. I have spoken to two mods and still no answer.

I am hoping to still do the site, but waiting on approval.
#7
faevilangel
mr.potato_head
THREAD HIJACK

Faevilangell, what happened to your website competition? Did you just not bother in the end?


Got removed by the mods, they are checking whether it breaks the sites "self promo" rules, but not heard anything since. I have spoken to two mods and still no answer.

I am hoping to still do the site, but waiting on approval.


Cool.

I'm still up for the comp if a winner hasn't been chosen.

Mods are lazy so we won't be seeing that thread ever again I'm afraid! Bare me in mind though, otherwise I will probably go down the self hosted wordpress route instead with a pre made theme.
#8
this keeps getting sent around in newsletters at work just incase anybody doesnt know, pretty much common sense but you know what some people are like

Tax Rebate Scam

You may be aware of reports in the media that up to six million people in the United Kingdom have paid the wrong amount of tax, and that HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), has begun contacting those taxpayers to correct the situation.

Please be aware that HMRC are only contacting those affected by post.

If you receive an email informing you of a refund you can claim, please do not respond or give out any personal information as this is a scam.

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