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HMRC claims ex employer paid me for 7 weeks after I had finished work

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  • HMRC claims ex employer paid me for 7 weeks after I had finished work

    on 14th march 2016 I finished my partime job but have never had a P60 in the 10 years I worked for them, Never received a P45.

    I had a privite Pension with the local council which I started receiving in the september, forward to march 2017 as the pension was so small I decided to take it as a lump sum, paid the tax on it, no problem.

    July 2017 received a tax bill for 250 under payment??
    on questioning HMRC they stated that my old employer has paid me for 7 weeks after I had stopped working for him,
    I stated in writing that I finished on 14th march was paid weekly and had received no other payment from him,
    Reply' take it up with him! so I did,
    He claims it is the fault of the accountant, so I told him to sort it out as it looks like he had paid me 750 and I had to pay the tax on it, said he would but up to now he has done nothing ,
    he has however changed accountants and I am still 250 quid out of pocket as I had to pay the tax or they would take me to court,

    Is there anything I can do?
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  • #2
    Why have you started a second thread on this?

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    • #3
      because I thought I may get more info in this part of the site

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      • #4
        Most regulars look at all the new posts. A duplicate thread is just an opportunity to lose information

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        • #5
          looks like no information to loose,

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          • #6
            Possibly no responses because if you haven't received the PAYE forms it is difficult to see what you can do now as it is over two years.
            As it was a part time position were you paid by cheque or cash? with or without a payslip which you have kept?
            If you have payslips, or regular payments into a bank account by your ex employer you might be able to follow this up somehow

            He should be able to provide you with P60s and even a P45 if you haven't been given one (but how you force him to comply is another problem)

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