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#1: Claiming tax relief for previous years

Posted on 2006-07-12 12:08:41 by BrianW

I have omitted to claim high rate tax relief for my company pension=20
payments for the last 4 years, because I was originally under the=20
impression that this would be handled automatically. I have in recent=20
years completed my tax returns online. Can I claim retrospectively=20
online, or do I need to ask them for a form, and if so is there a=20
special form you have to complete? An email question to Revenue =A3=20
Customs was filtered out by their "it's too hard" software, and I was=20
told to phone my local tax office.

Rather than sit at the end of a phone for an hour listening to music,=20
does anybody here know how to go about this please? Any help greatly=20
appreciated.
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Brian

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#2: Re: Claiming tax relief for previous years

Posted on 2006-07-12 15:43:03 by Jonathan Bryce

BrianW wrote:

> I have omitted to claim high rate tax relief for my company pension
> payments for the last 4 years, because I was originally under the
> impression that this would be handled automatically. I have in recent
> years completed my tax returns online. Can I claim retrospectively
> online, or do I need to ask them for a form, and if so is there a
> special form you have to complete? An email question to Revenue £
> Customs was filtered out by their "it's too hard" software, and I was
> told to phone my local tax office.
>
> Rather than sit at the end of a phone for an hour listening to music,
> does anybody here know how to go about this please? Any help greatly
> appreciated.

Basically you have to amend your returns. You can go back 6 years.

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#3: Re: Claiming tax relief for previous years

Posted on 2006-07-12 20:02:16 by Andy Pandy

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&gt; I have omitted to claim high rate tax relief for my company pension
&gt; payments for the last 4 years, because I was originally under the
&gt; impression that this would be handled automatically.

It is, nearly always. If it's a company pension and you're in PAYE the payments
should be deducted from your salary before tax is applied. Is this not the case?

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Andy

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#4: Re: Claiming tax relief for previous years

Posted on 2006-07-20 18:41:40 by BrianW

Andy Pandy wrote:
&gt; &quot;BrianW&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:brian&#64;nospam.net" target="_blank">brian&#64;nospam.net</a>&gt; wrote in message
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&gt;&gt; I have omitted to claim high rate tax relief for my company pension
&gt;&gt; payments for the last 4 years, because I was originally under the
&gt;&gt; impression that this would be handled automatically.
&gt;
&gt; It is, nearly always. If it's a company pension and you're in PAYE the payments
&gt; should be deducted from your salary before tax is applied. Is this not the case?
&gt;
&gt; --
&gt; Andy

I originally thought that the tax would be refunded at the prevailing
rate (in my case 40%), but I was wrong. Basic rate tax is refunded, but
you have to apply for 40%.

As to how I go about it, I now have the definitive answer from the
horse's mouth. Send all relevant P60s to the tax office with a covering
letter explaining the situation and your NI number. That's if you can
find the relevant P60s after several years...

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#5: Re: Claiming tax relief for previous years

Posted on 2006-07-21 21:36:14 by Andy Pandy

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&gt; Andy Pandy wrote:
&gt; &gt; &quot;BrianW&quot; &lt;<a href="mailto:brian&#64;nospam.net" target="_blank">brian&#64;nospam.net</a>&gt; wrote in message
&gt; &gt; news:JS3tg.110$<a href="mailto:q4.46&#64;newsfe4-gui.ntli.net..." target="_blank">q4.46&#64;newsfe4-gui.ntli.net...</a>
&gt; &gt;&gt; I have omitted to claim high rate tax relief for my company pension
&gt; &gt;&gt; payments for the last 4 years, because I was originally under the
&gt; &gt;&gt; impression that this would be handled automatically.
&gt; &gt;
&gt; &gt; It is, nearly always. If it's a company pension and you're in PAYE the payments
&gt; &gt; should be deducted from your salary before tax is applied. Is this not the case?
&gt;
&gt; I originally thought that the tax would be refunded at the prevailing
&gt; rate (in my case 40%), but I was wrong. Basic rate tax is refunded, but
&gt; you have to apply for 40%.

Well it's a very weird &quot;company pension&quot; then.

Aren't the pension payments deducted from your salary? Don't you get totals each
month for &quot;Gross pay&quot;, &quot;pension payments&quot;, and &quot;taxable pay&quot;, where &quot;taxable pay&quot; =
&quot;gross pay&quot; minus &quot;pension payments&quot;?

If so, you ARE getting full tax relief on your pension payments already.

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Andy

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