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Ealier years CIS suffered in Moneysoft


Morning all

I have a new Ltd Co client who I have just completed and submitted their end of year accounts, i have also submitted the i-form to claim a refund of the CIS suffered in the year 2019/2020, i have just received a reply from HMRC stating that not all the information has been submitted under RTI and therefore specified charges have been created, it seems the previous accountant has not filed a FPS or EPS for the 2019/2020 period and any CIS suffered (or VAT returns but that will be another post)

They are asking for me to supply them with the missing information on an EPS by using an earlier year update, is there any way using Moneysoft that I can do this even though I did not have the client at the time and the previous accountant submitted all the payroll and RTI for this period?

Or is there any other way to resolve this?

Any help appreciated, many thanks



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You can now submit EYU via Moneysoft

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Maat wrote:

You can now submit EYU via Moneysoft


Yep you can



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Thanks both for your replies, any chance you can point me in the right direction because I can not see a function to do this

Cheers



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Well, I wasn't aware you could do an EYU with Moneysoft, so that's good to know.

However, my brief reading suggests it can't be done unless the previous year's FPS/EPS were done in the software.

https://moneysoft.co.uk/support/payroll-corrections-in-previous-tax-years/



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Leger wrote:

Well, I wasn't aware you could do an EYU with Moneysoft, so that's good to know.

However, my brief reading suggests it can't be done unless the previous year's FPS/EPS were done in the software.

https://moneysoft.co.uk/support/payroll-corrections-in-previous-tax-years/


Thanks John, that is the conclusion I have come to, going to see if i can maybe submit it by using the HMRC basic tools

Cheers all



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