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hi this isnt for an amount overdue, this is just paying my taxed owed (deadline jan 31st 2023)
just want to know if i can pay it chunks WITHOUT doign a set amount each month via direct debit
Hi, just wondering if i could pay off my self assessment tax owed in chunks without paying a direct debit I.e - some months i'll be more comfortable paying £500 for example, and other months i might not have earned so much and would only like to pay £50 is this possible? if i make a payment and pay 500 for example, will the system take 500 off of my amount owed? or does this have to be a fixed amount every month via direct debit? thanks
Hi there - i'm getting this message while trying to complete my self assessment:
"IMPORTANT: Self-Employment Income Support Scheme Grant (SEISS) The total of the amounts related to SEISS grants reported in this return (£2598.00) does not match that held by HMRC (£4687.00) at 06/04/2022.
•Please go back and amend the SEISS amounts to accurately reflect the grants you received.
•If you don't, you could receive a revised tax calculation after HMRC has processed your return, which may cause confusion and take you time to clarify. "
These amouts are wrong - the 4867 is the amount for the first three grants that I included on my return for the previous tax year - the 2598 amount is the correct amount for grants 4 and 5 which i should be including on this tax return.
What should I do? do i continue with the amounts I know are right? i don't really want another tax calculation that "may cause confusion"