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I just realized by checking my HMRC account, that my

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hello, i just realized by checking my HMRC account, that my employee paid NI and Tax up to 12 k
my annual wages around 35k
on my payslip it shows that i payed tax and ni, for the full year. i know its landed in my bosses pocket..
i have payslips, bank statement, hmrc tax proofwhat can i do now? shall i report it?
many thanks
Submitted: 17 days ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  [email protected] replied 17 days ago.

Hi, welcome to JustAnswer. I'm [email protected], a UK-Qualified Chartered Certified Accountant with over 15 years of experience. I'll be answering your question today.

Expert:  [email protected] replied 17 days ago.

Please explain your question. I am not clear when your employer has reported a salary of £12K or £35K to HMRC.

Expert:  [email protected] replied 17 days ago.

How much is your salary on HMRC account and how much did you receiving in your bank?

Expert:  [email protected] replied 17 days ago.

In the absence of the requested information, if you think that the employer has misreported your salary income and not paid the tax deducted from your pay to HMRC then you can submit a "report a fraud" online or by calling the number on the link below.

https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/hm-revenue-customs/contact/report-fraud-to-hmrc

Expert:  [email protected] replied 17 days ago.

I hope I've answered your question? If, however, any part of my response is unclear, please do let me know and I'll try to explain it further.