short_butt_sweet wrote: »
reading this thread makes me glad that i currently only have to use self-assessment, and not PAYE! which seems a bit wrong - wasn't PAYE supposed to be simpler?!
Yes new code is lower than employment and occ pension added together. Correct / previous code wasn't.
RG2015 wrote: »
The HMRC personal tax online Beta system does appear to be somewhat limited. I was never comfortable with the screen to input my interest received online so I wrote to HMRC informing them of the actual figures for 2016/17 and 2017/18.
The 2017/18 figure was then used to estimate the 2018/19 figure which seems reasonable to me.
Then a few months later all of my individual savings account details appeared as I detailed at the start of this thread. There was an option to update the details but I feared that this would complicate things. By all accounts here the HMRC site is unable to cope with this so when I have actual figures for 2018/19 I will write to HMRC with the total figure.
badger09 wrote: »
That is exactly what I have been advocating for quite some time.
Until the Personal Tax Account functions as intended, I will not attempt to use it. I suspect that will not be for many years, by which time, I will have frittered my savings away:rotfl:
Dazed_and_confused wrote: »
You must have two tax codes, one for the job and one for the pension.
What's this about two tax codes we must have?
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