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Posted Wed, 08 Jun 2022 10:53:13 GMT by WD9581919
For years, I've been entering the same answers for these two self-assessment questions: "Did you make contributions towards a personal pension or retirement annuity? This does not include payments you make to your employer's pension scheme, which are deducted from your pay: I've always ticked NO in past self-assessments which is correct and have had no problems but have now received this warning message. WARNING: Please check and amend the entry below." meaning change my answer to YES which is incorrect. "Did you use cash basis, money actually received and paid out, to calculate your income and expense? (optional) I've always ticked YES in past self-assessments which is correct and have had no problems but have now received this warning message. WARNING: Please check and amend the entry below." meaning change my answer to NO which is incorrect. Any thoughts?
Posted Wed, 08 Jun 2022 14:28:50 GMT by HMRC Admin 10
Hi
When the system comes up with a warning, this is usually to give some further information, it does not normally stop you from choosing that answer if you try to move forward.
Thankyou.
Regards.

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