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    Thank you ...

    I haven't had a DA for 2012/2013 (unless it was prepared by HMRC yesterday and is currently in transit).

    Not sure if this is such good news as it might appear to be - I'd quite expect HMRC to come challenging on some other basis at some time in the future, given the long-term fluidity of their arguments.

    And I'm assuming that, DA or not, I'll still have to declare loans from that year if still outstanding in 2019.

    Ah well ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by dangerouswhensober View Post
    Thank you ...

    I haven't had a DA for 2012/2013 (unless it was prepared by HMRC yesterday and is currently in transit).

    Not sure if this is such good news as it might appear to be - I'd quite expect HMRC to come challenging on some other basis at some time in the future, given the long-term fluidity of their arguments.

    And I'm assuming that, DA or not, I'll still have to declare loans from that year if still outstanding in 2019.

    Ah well ...
    It is a feature of the practice here that HMRC cannot issue an assessment on 5th April and still be in time. They have to allow (I think) up to 4 working days for delivery. If that day count is correct (might be 3 days - can't remember and no time to check the SA Manual) then the last day for a valid assessment to have been issued was 31st March.

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    Quote Originally Posted by webberg View Post
    It is a feature of the practice here that HMRC cannot issue an assessment on 5th April and still be in time. They have to allow (I think) up to 4 working days for delivery. If that day count is correct (might be 3 days - can't remember and no time to check the SA Manual) then the last day for a valid assessment to have been issued was 31st March.
    Thank you again - I have now stopped holding my breath :-)
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    I received a discovery assessment for 2013/14 back in February and appealed it. HMRC confirmed via telephone in March it was postponed. Haven't had a letter yet or anything. Does anyone know what is likely to happen next?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HebdenMole View Post
    I received a discovery assessment for 2013/14 back in February and appealed it. HMRC confirmed via telephone in March it was postponed. Haven't had a letter yet or anything. Does anyone know what is likely to happen next?
    As it is on appeal then nothing until either:

    1. You receive an APN for it (if it qualifies).
    2. The 2019 charge becomes law (assuming it is loan related).
    3. If none of the above, then the courts will decide when the time comes.

    Note that interest still applies and will continue to accrue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by regron View Post
    As it is on appeal then nothing until either:

    1. You receive an APN for it (if it qualifies).
    2. The 2019 charge becomes law (assuming it is loan related).
    3. If none of the above, then the courts will decide when the time comes.

    Note that interest still applies and will continue to accrue.
    Thank you for your reply.

    I think I'm in a different boat to many here as this discovery assessment was actually issued totally incorrectly - I was in a scheme but only for 1 year and it wasn't the year they issued it for. Can I not get in touch with HMRC with my bank statements to prove this? I thought that could be fairly easily resolved.

    I'm obviously expecting a discovery assessment to come through at some point for the year I was actually in the scheme but I can pay that when it does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HebdenMole View Post
    Thank you for your reply.

    I think I'm in a different boat to many here as this discovery assessment was actually issued totally incorrectly - I was in a scheme but only for 1 year and it wasn't the year they issued it for. Can I not get in touch with HMRC with my bank statements to prove this? I thought that could be fairly easily resolved.

    I'm obviously expecting a discovery assessment to come through at some point for the year I was actually in the scheme but I can pay that when it does.
    In that case I think you would be better off getting professional advice.

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