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    • Hello Taxhelper   Thanks again . Your so kind and Im very grateful.   I am about to submit the form in the next few hours. Before clicking the submit button there is a calculation page that has been generated by the site based on the info I provided ( income from PAYe and income from self employment etc...with all expenses deducted). their calcs are correct.   The figures are correct and I do owe them a sum as well as 1st payment on account for 20-21. I just am not sure I can pay the lot by 31/1/2021 because I did not anticipate that the hospital may not be able to pay me on time ( my jan pay). Thats because I did submit my 'timesheet' to the HR on time but they delayed processing it in time for it to be paid by the end of this month. They have said they have asked for an exceptional CHAPS payment to be made but I remain uncertain whether they will pay it into my account by then or not. thats why i wasnt sure if its best to call HMRC and give them the heads up or not.  
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    • My advice - submit the completed Tax Return first. Then worry about who owes what to whom. That's dealt with separately from the form itself. Have you checked your account with HMRC to see what they owe you (or you owe them) as of today? What's the situation?
    • Hi Senbell1 I too have made this mistake almost exactly the same issues with my vehicle I am currently and have been since December 2nd doing everything I can to get this  **** caught its not proving easy I've been in touch with police Scotland,  West Midlands police , consumer advice, motor and financial ombudsman , county courts my local sheriff court and the relevant moter trade association  I have lots of evidence against him and  I intend to take it as fas as I need to in order  to stop him !!  i know exactly how you feel and if I manage to get the matter resolved I will message again . if it helps he is now trading on eBay  under .   LeeHudson-Cars James Harrison Industrial Unit  Warwick West Midlands CV34 5XH United Kingdom Email:jamesharrisoncars@gmail.com   make sure you call trading standards and report him there number is 0345 404 0506 they need several complaints to open a case and investigate   
    • Thanks dear taxhelper. I really appreciate it.   As a nurse i am part self employed and part PAYE ( i think i had mentioned that in my initial post#1).   But I totally agree, everything should balance out.   I have kind of worked out how much I owe them. I wont be able to pay it all because I am short of funds. The hospital had delayed processing one of my invoices and so the payment may r may not be in my bank account by the end of the month. I dont know that. If it does get into my account then im Ok paying my tax. if not then I wont have enough.   How should I play this? Shall I call HMRC and give them advance notice, stating that I may not be able to pay the lot as a lump sum? I have called the hospital and tried y best and they promised to pay me but they have let me down in the past, so I remain in limbo whether they will pay me in time or not    
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I've just received one of these kits, which I ordered through this site, and I've just got to say that I would really recommend it to anyone who needs to go down this route. The guide book is really well laid out, and is simple enough for anyone to understand [even me!]. And better still, you can print out as many of the claim forms as it takes to get it right!

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is it relevant to Scottish claims as well?

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Bank of Scotland round 1: £740 + costs settled, still sore over the 8% grrr

Bank of Scotland round 2: £629 +101.15 interest +£39 costs settled.

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There is a guide to Scottish Law in it.

 

See this thread by BankFodder, and the link in there to the pack itself.

 

Remember, buying through us will actually save you £5 on the rrp.

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