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Our company 's year end of 30 Sep 2022 has made a trading loss in they current year and last year. I am aware that Extended Loss carry back only applied to Accounts ending before 31 March 2022, may I claim 50% of the losses (6 months - Oct21 to Mar22) or not eligibility to claim anything as already passed 31 Mar 2022?
For the year of 21/22, my previous accountant ran the payroll for Apr 21, then I start to use the BPT to run the payroll from May 21 to Apr 22. I just asked in the webinar and knew that that our previous accountant will not run the Full Payment submission for the month of Apr 21. If this is the case, my personal year-to -date salary is corrected (with 12 months), but the BPT is missing the Apr 21 (only have 11 months). Can you please advise me what should I do to correct YTD balance in the BPT? Sorry about that I am very new to use the BPT, hope someone can help me.
Many Thanks in advance.
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Thank you for your reply.
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