RE: Penalties, but I'm sure that didn't need to file a Self AssesmentI appealed the penalties, and I explained everything in the form. The form said that I cannot appeal the penalty which higher than £100, but it actually was £100, which somehow grew up to £900, without me getting any communication from HMRC. I hope for a positive outcome. My reference number is [ ref removed by admin] Kind regards, Michal
RE: Penalties, but I'm sure that didn't need to file a Self AssesmentWhat is the best phone number to call in this case? Or should I send the letter instead? I called but I didn't get help. Everyone that I spoke to seems to think that it's impossible - thus I was advised to wait and see what happens. Thanks, M
Penalties, but I'm sure that didn't need to file a Self AssesmentI got two £100 penalties for 2018 and 2019. I spoke to the HMRC earlier regarding this case, and I had both penalties cancelled in July 2021. It was a lenghty call at that time, and we went through all the conditions, and the officer checked that I didn't need to file a self assesment (No other income, below the child benefit threshold etc, etc...) Now, I opened my account this year, and I see penalties again, for the same years - but this time each for £300! I didn't get any letters from HMRC in the meantime, or phonecalls or anything regarding the issue. It is frustrating and it seems there's a glitch in the system, that keeps applying penalties automatically. I'm afraid that I will get them cancelled eventually, but next year they will pop up again. How to get this fixed permanently, so I don't get penalties again?? I sent a letter and didn't get a response, also spoke to an officer on the phone, and he said that I should simply wait, but it jut doesn't seem right. I hope that someone can help with it.