As I have blogged before, most mortgage lenders require form SA302 as evidence of a mortgage applicant’s financial standing. These forms are difficult to get hold of as HMRC only automatically issue them to tax payers who have submitted a paper tax return. A vast majority of people either submit their returns on-line or use tax agents who similarly submit their client’s tax returns on-line.Read More
The HMRC has written to selected taxpayers to tell them their effective rate of tax is lower than average and asking them to check if it’s right. The tax payers’ agents will get a copy (i.e. their accountants).
This is one of a number of letters which HMRC has been using in an attempt to ‘nudge’ potentially non-compliant taxpayers to “sort things out”.Read More
I like to give you, our readers, some heads up when it comes to specific campaigns that the HMRC runs in order to recover revenue in particular areas.
In this post I’m sharing about the Campaign that HMRC has launched to target people who are employed and have not declared income from self-employment.Read More
Many lenders are now asking to see copies of HMRC SA302 forms covering the past two or three years tax years. The SA302 is a response from HMRC which is only issued to those who file a paper tax return before 31 October following the end of the tax year. If you or your accountants have filed online you won’t have a SA302 form.Read More