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In 2014 I was re-assessed for my tax for years ending 2010 and 2011 this resulting in me having to pay HMRC extra tax quite a bit of money so paid via a payment plan, as a result I was charged interest. This was all settled within the payment plan. I got rid of the papers because that was the end of it.

 

In my 2018 tax return I was due a refund HMRC have deducted the interest for year ending 2010 even though i have already paid it. I cant seem to get HMRC to understand what they have done is there any way to SAR HMRC to get this information from them, any help really appreciated.

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You can certainly SAR them just remember to ask for the recordings of any telephone calls as well. Last time I did this was because they were adamant I owed them but it turned out they in turn owed me a substantial amount & the proof was in the calls.


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If you have told them information and they have not acted on it promptly you can have the debt written off under ESC A19 rules.

 

If you came to an agreement to pay tax owed and have stuck to the repayment schedule religiously then they cannot add intrest or late penalties.... Even though you'll get the letter every 6 months or so.

They Sa its a computer error

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