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  • RE: Overpaid tax

    Great, I see it now and have requested payment, many thanks!
  • RE: Overpaid tax

    Thanks but how do I do this please?
  • Overpaid tax

    Hi, I just filled in my self-assessment tax return and it says I have an overpayment from tax return for tax year ending 05 April 2022 of £600 then it says below Date: 31 Jan 2023, I'm guessing that means I will have to wait until this date to receive my overdue tax? Thanks in advance
  • Overdue pay from job

    This is slightly strange but I have noticed that my employer (I am a high school teacher) has not been paying me the correct hourly wage for the past five years. It's been a system error with some code I have been told. Now that my employer and my union are hopefully on it and I have been told that I will be due a lot of overdue pay in the form of five years worth how would that work in terms of tax? I am assuming that the employer will have to dump the large sum in tomy bank account but if they do that I will be taxed a lot since it is a large amount? Surely not if I was entitled to this money each year and expected to be taxed accordingly each month as it wasn't my fault that they messed up... Thanks in advance
  • Registering as self-employed

    Hi, about four years ago, I registered as self-employed because I have an online business which did ok year one and two but the last two years it has been abysmal profit-wise, something like two thousand pounds profit in a year give or take. I'm guessing the logical thing to do is to un-register as being self-employed and if I simply continue to have these rubbish profits in the following years then I don't need to do a full-blown self-assessment return? Thanks
  • Tax code change query

    About 6 to ten times per year I constantly receive the same email informing me that I have a tax code change and it states the following... "Your PAYE Income Tax records have recently changed, which means the amount of tax you pay will change." It also advises that I should log in to my personal tax account to check the details and that I am paying the correct amount of income tax. So my questions are. If I log in to my self-assessment account I'm guessing that this means I can view my personal tax account and also when logged in what exactly is it that I'm looking for as I keep receiving these emails stating a change but I'm just not sure what chage has happened or how to view exactly this change that the emailing is implying. Thanks in advance
  • Getting married

    Recently, a friend of me said that if I am married and have not told HMRC about this I could be owed backdated tax as I have overpaid as HMRC thought that I was still single? Thanks in advance