Skip to main content

This is a new service – your feedback will help us to improve it.

Posted Wed, 11 Jan 2023 11:05:23 GMT by Clair Melville-Brown
Hello HM Revenue & Customs received my tax return for 2021/22 on 26 Dec 2022 and chose to pay through tax-code. Despite doing this I haven't had any tax deducted from my salary. I have checked and I meet the criteria: 1/ I owe less than £3,000 on my tax bill. 2/ I already pay tax through PAYE as I am an employee 3/ I submitted my online tax return online by 30 December. 4/ I have enough PAYE income for HMRC to collect it. 5/ I will not be paying more than 50% of my PAYE income in tax. 6/ I won't end up paying more than twice as much tax as you normally do. 7/ I don't owe £3,000 or more and I have not made a part payment to reduce the amount I owe to less than £3,000 I was hoping that after completing tax self-assessment and choosing pay through my tax code that I would get a notification or communication from HMRC that the tax I owe will get deducted from my salary. Instead I recently received a message from HMRC asking me to pay the tax before 31 January 2022. Does that mean that I need to pay by 31 January next year to avoid penalties or will it start getting deducted at some point next year? Thank you.
Posted Fri, 13 Jan 2023 14:16:54 GMT by HMRC Admin 32

If you requested the amount to go through your tax code this would happen during the 06 April 2023 to 05 April 2024 tax code. We start to generate these tax codes in January.

Thank you.
Posted Thu, 19 Jan 2023 11:09:36 GMT by Clair Melville-Brown
At the moment my current employment (that I have been at since June 2022) is not showing on my personal tax record, will this affect them being able to collect my tax from my PAYE? I have requested an update to my record and listed my employer but the progress shows that it will not be compete until at least 1st Feb.
Posted Tue, 24 Jan 2023 14:27:41 GMT by HMRC Admin 2

Please contact our Income Tax team so we can check your account.

Income Tax: general enquiries

Thank you.

You must be signed in to post in this forum.