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Have you made a self assessment tax return for the year to which HMRC refer in their penalty notices? This may well be the problem here. If your income is under the Personal Allowance for th years in question you have no tax to pay. This is the way ahead. Submit the missing tax returns to HMRC and all your problems are likely to disappear. Get on to your tax office and request the forms, SA100s, for the years in question or, if you have the forms to hand already, complete them and submit them. If you are really in difficulties your local Citizens' Advice Bureau can assist.
I do hope that my answer has been of assistance to you.
thanks for giving this information. i do remember that i had tell them by phone about this self assessment. i thought need to calculate my income myself. because of not going any tax or NI contribution. i did not do any self employment business in my life till this time. i paid lots of money to the hmrc unnecessary. can i get this money back. i am still struggling to live.
Yes, you can, Baiju. If you have over paid income tax then when you make a self assessment income tax return your money will be returned to you.
Getting these returns done is essential. Obtain the forms from your tax office for completion.
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can i claim chiled benifit for my kids even they are in india. their visa expired.but they born here and i have permanent visa. i cant take any risk because it will affect my kids education and good future. now they studying in India.
Here is the Gov UK's advice on this matter:
'You’ll usually get Child Benefit for 8 weeks after your child goes to live with someone else (eg a friend or relative), if nobody else claims. It can continue for longer if you make contributions to your child’s upkeep.'
You should take this matter up with the Child Benefit Office who will advise you as to the exact poition.
Frankly, this goes far beyond the scope of your original query and although I have responded it would be inappropriate to contine when the matter should be the subject of a new question.
thank you very much for giving valuable answers....