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    Still gathering requirements...


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    Quote Originally Posted by HebdenMole View Post
    I just want to know if HMRC will revise their figure if I can prove I wasn't earning what they think I was
    In my personal experience, yes they will. I sent bank statements with relevant payments highlighted, they amended things their side surprisingly quickly.

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    Thank you. I have called that co and am waiting for a return call. hopefully I can speak to someone to-day

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    oh and yes it is a discovery assessment letter but I do not know how they have arrived at the figure they have arrived at.its completely incorrect.

    i used the scheme for a full year the year AFTER (and thankfully no more) so am expecting a letter about that too but the first letter isnt right.

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    More time posting than coding


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    Quote Originally Posted by HebdenMole View Post
    oh and yes it is a discovery assessment letter but I do not know how they have arrived at the figure they have arrived at.its completely incorrect.

    i used the scheme for a full year the year AFTER (and thankfully no more) so am expecting a letter about that too but the first letter isnt right.
    Don't worry, you are not the only one to receive incorrect assessments. It's a regular occurrence on HMRC's part. Get the appeal sent off to stop the clock, then work on bringing the figures into line.

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