Yes and I have the document stating that income will be received annually in line with rental income. I know I'm entitles to £12,664 for that year.
I should just inform you that the HMRC are chasing me for the tax due on the £12,664 (which I haven't received) and are threatening bayliff and debt management agencies after 11th April if this issue isn't resolved by then so we have a very imminent deadline!
So you are asking to pay tax on sums not owed to you?
Did you agree to report the earnings to HMRC on your return please?
Is that in writing?
1) Is it legal - no
It is fraud because you are declaring money which you do not have and are not entitled
2) It is fraud because that income is being moved for tax purposes. This is tax evasion
You are entitled to 25% and that's it
If you declare more then you are lying for tax purposes which is illegal
If you are named at the Land Registry then you will always get and keep the 25%
You need to check this.
That is your first step
If you can prove the 25% then you will never lose it
Can I clarify anything for you about this today please?
1) if you didnt have it physically - no
2) It might be - or it just might be a civil debt which you need to issue county court proceedings
Not necessarily - the Police may just view this is a debt
You can report it but the Police may not do anything
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No - it makes no different in terms of future income
You are still entitled to the 25%
Civil Court or Police but they may not be interested
Can I clarify anything else?
You could yes
If you get a Court Judgment yes
You need a Court Judgment
Then you can enforce it
Its nothing to do with HMRC
Makes no difference/
You can only seek enforcement through the courts