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Employer Error In HMRC Submission they wont correct.

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My employer has changed their payroll system and as a result they have declared all my income correctly up to the end of December and then re-submitteded it all again to HMRC in January so now it appears to HMRC that I earned £2x,xxx inthe first nine months of the financial year and then was paid the the whole total sum again in one payment in January and that no PAYE was collected on this bumper payment the supposedly made to me.

 

It is obvious that the employer has made an error and entered the year to date figures rather than the pay period figures but the implication of this is that HMRC are now looking to recover the PAYE on this generous lump sum my employer has declared I have earned in January. My employer will not acknowledge he has made a mistake and HMRC say they can do nothing as the employer has declared that the figures are correct and he paid me £2x,xxx in January.

 

So we have a deadlock. Has anyone any suggestions? (I have suggested that the employer pay me the money he declared he had paid me in January and I would sort out the PAYE but needless to say that wont happen!)

 

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Hi Falcom,

 

The way you deal with this really depends on your relationship with your employer.

 

1. Roughly how many employees does the employer have ?

 

2. Is there a payroll office, accountant or what, that deals with the payroll each month ?

 

First thing to check is your Jan payslip, in particular, check the "pay to date" figure.

 

From what you've said, I assume the pay to date figure at the end of Jan SHOULD BE approx £22,000 to £25,000. This is the pay you've rec'd from 6th April 2016 to the end of Jan 2017

 

But I suspect it'll show a far higher figure, like £40,000.

 

Let me know please, so we can advise further.

 

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