Esc A19 - P11d

Discussion in 'PAYE letters 2010' started by AntonyScott, Mar 26, 2012.

  1. AntonyScott

    AntonyScott UKBF Newcomer Free Member

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    Hello I would be very grateful for any help with the following:


    Received a P800 in January 2012 – underpayment from 2008 -2009 and 2009 -2010


    Total £9840


    This relates to a P11D tax benefit for accommodation.


    At the time I was not fully aware of the tax implications as they seemed complex, however, I believe I was told that my employer would send the P11D to the HMRC who would calculate what tax, if any, was payable.


    My code was eventually changed in 2010 -2011 but as two whole tax years have passed can I lodge an ESC A19.


    Also checking my records show P11D`s were sent to HMRC for 2006 -2007 and 2007-2008


    Why are these not included in the underpayment as I’m guessing there would have been underpayments here too?


    If there were should I mention this in the claim?


    Thanks in advance.


    Justin
     
    Posted: Mar 26, 2012 By: AntonyScott Member since: Mar 26, 2012
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  2. AntonyScott

    AntonyScott UKBF Newcomer Free Member

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    Just received a letter from HMRC saying the ESC A19 does not apply for the tax years 2008 - 2009 and 2009 - 2010
    Reasons for the decision
    This is because we have no record of any information sent by you or a third party which we failed to act on. If you think that we have overlooked information that has been sent to us, please let us know:
    What information was provided
    When was it sent
    Who sent it
    You received benefits from your employer which were not coded (not sure what this means)

    Well they certainly failed to act upon the letter I sent in 2007 informing them of my benefit . I also called them and was advised to do nothing as my employer would send a P11D and they would work out the tax.
    My company send all P11Ds electronically to HMRC each July.
    They failed to use the information 2007 - 2008 P11D was sent July 2008.
    How should I proceed with this?
    Thanks
     
    Posted: Mar 30, 2012 By: AntonyScott Member since: Mar 26, 2012
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