Hi, I still have not had a reply. & as I wanted the information Saturday I would now like a refund please.Regards
You asked the question at 9.51am, I asked for more information at 10.18am
So you have been underpaying? This means that you have been getting more than you were entitled you?
Hi, if you read my email correctly you will see that I have been over paying tax.Regards Kevin
It did not say that you had overpaid, it just said you had been paying the wrong amount.
You are £4200 in credit, or is that the 4 year period amount please?
Do you get self assessment returns please?
If you give me the information I can help.
But I will assume that you have overpaid but not completed self assessment.
Sadly it is bad news. According to HMRC own website:
You will see there are time limits for overpayments.
5 April 2010 you have to claim by 5 April 2014
However you can ask that the decision be reviewed
You need to write to HMRC and ask them to reconsider it.
If they do this and uphold your complaint, all is well
If they refuse then it is possible to them go to the Independent Adjudicator.
That person will consider your complaint and decide whether to uphold it
If that goes against you, you can consider a Judicial Review
This is where a Judge considers the decisions of HMRC and decides whether HMRC have acted legally and whether their actions are reasonable
A Judge can agree with the decision or remit it back to HMRC for further considertation
These are the three steps you can take to resolve your complaint
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
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Hi, wright from the top, Ive be employed by the same company 24 years I had a company van for 13 years but 11 years ago I gave up the company van. I've just been maid redundant.
I have received a tax form from HMR and in the form it stated that I had accompany van but i haven't had it for 11years so i phone HMR they said i can claim £600 a year for 4 years back dated but that's all.
Yes. That is correct.
What i need to know is my employer libel for the rest.
But take the steps I outlined above and that should resolve it
You can claim off your employer if it was their mistake yes.
This is because your employer should have been taking the right tax
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