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Posted Wed, 09 Feb 2022 09:50:23 GMT by Jacob Moorad
Could you help me understand the likely sequence of events if I file early, and I end up owing less than I have paid on my first payment on account? Specifically, I had an increase in income in 2020-21 that led to significant payments on account (I paid half on 31 Jan). That additional income was absent in 2021-22. I will file on Apr 6 of 2022, and I expect to owe very little. I should be owed a refund because of my first payment on account, but what do I do about my second payment on account due in July? Must I pay this even after I've demonstrated on Apr 6 that this is unnecessary?
Posted Thu, 10 Feb 2022 11:00:06 GMT by HMRC Admin 26

If you are due a refund, you can either claim the full amount back or leave the amount on the account that would cover the second Payment on Account.


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