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>> No. 6160 Anonymous
1st March 2016
Tuesday 7:42 pm
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If I'm filling in a tax refund form on savings and I've been unemployed during a particular tax year, do I leave the part where it says "Total pay from all employments, before tax taken off (from P60/P45" blank or do I write 0.00?
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>> No. 6161 Anonymous
1st March 2016
Tuesday 8:44 pm
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Don't be afraid of inland revenue. Once they found out that I had 2 years tax credits overpaid. They claimed that it was only 300 gbp earnings in a year (!) on my p60 while I've been officially on 30 hours a week. So eventually my case got transferred to collectors agency after all the tribunals and no news since then.
>> No. 6162 Anonymous
1st March 2016
Tuesday 9:07 pm
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Never leave anything blank...

I've got a £100 fine for submitting my self assessment late, and a refund coming that'll more than cover it. Anyone know if I need to pay the fine, or if they'll just take it off the refund?
>> No. 6163 Anonymous
1st March 2016
Tuesday 9:10 pm
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>>6162
I have a vague recollection that the penalties are only payable if you end up owing them anything. This recollection may well be wrong.
>> No. 6164 Anonymous
1st March 2016
Tuesday 9:15 pm
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>>6161
I take it you were able to show them the letters you'd written to them pointing out that the information on your award notice was incorrect, right?
>> No. 6165 Anonymous
1st March 2016
Tuesday 10:17 pm
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>>6163

Sadly the £100 late filing penalty is always charged whether you owe them anything or not, but there's a big list of valid excuses (https://www.gov.uk/tax-appeals/reasonable-excuses) and according to some sources you can get it reversed if you beg a bit even if your excuse isn't all that reasonable (http://www.accountancyage.com/aa/news/2410851/hmrc-waives-gbp100-fines-for-late-self-assessment-filers).
>> No. 6166 Anonymous
1st March 2016
Tuesday 10:47 pm
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>>6164 No, it was part of my plan.

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