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JoeyJoeC

Unregistered from self assessment twice, still getting letters?

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I applied to be self employed when I had a website business idea.

 

It didn't go anywhere, didn't make any money doing it what so ever, so decided to fill in the online form to unregister myself.

 

I then received a letter in December 2013 saying that I needed to pay national insurance contributions, but didn't need to pay if I unregister, which in January, I done again.

 

Now yesterday, I received a letter from HM Revenue & Customs, "It's time to complete your tax return".

 

What am I suppose to do? I haven't received any confirmation that I have unregistered.

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Hi Joey

 

As long as you have a UTR (Unique Taxpayer Reference) they will continue to send you a 'it's time to complete your tax return'. I would give them a call :-

 

https://online.hmrc.gov.uk/information/faqs

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Ok I see.

 

Couldn't find any relating messages in the FAQ you gave. I'll call as suggested.

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I haven't spoken to anyone about this yet, I seemed to have lost the letter they sent me.

 

Who would I need to speak to?

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Hi Joey

 

Ring HMRC and tell them what has happened, and make sure that they de-register you. At least this will stop problems going forward. Take the name of the person you speak to, get them to send you confirmation in writing.

 

I haven't spoken to anyone about this yet, I seemed to have lost the letter they sent me.

 

Who would I need to speak to?

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Forgot about this until a couple of days ago.

 

I don't have any of the paperwork what so ever regarding this. I don't know my tax number or anything else. I was planning on just submitting the online self assessment form and putting 0 for all earnings, but I have had to send off for my details.

 

I don't want to have to worry about doing this every year so defiantly need to come off of the self assessment thing altogether! I will contact them.

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Filled out the online form to request the details to be sent to me again, however it asks me for a unique tax payers reference. This is what I am trying to request from them! I entered "0000000000" but the mail bounces back as no record of the information provided.

 

Now I'm confused.

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