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Divine h & b

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Oh my god I am stressed!
I have had a salon junior and a part time beauty therapist for a while now did check with HMRC when they both started and didn't need to register as they weren't earning enough any way I have just put both their hours up so have now registered and god what a lot of reading! Then to top it off the p11 download won't bloody work!
Has anyone else had problems with the download?
 

taggyboy

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Firstly, what do you mean by didn't earn enough? Whatever they are earning needs to be calculated. Even if they don't earn enough for tax/ni.

Are you doing everything on line?
Have you registered for on line?
You need to enter their previous P45 info

Don't forget we are in a new tax year and hmrc will require you to download the 2012 revisions


I'll try to help further if I can and provide more info.

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Divine h & b

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One was an apprentice the other first job so they both didn't have p45's as never worked before, I calculated their wages ie junior as she was 17 at college £2.60 per hour x by number of hours and beauty therapist her rate x number of hours and because they both earned under the threshold which was £102 I didn't have to register as an employer I was advised this when I took them on and rang HMRC to register and was advised once they went over this I then would need to register. I know I have done everything by the book my girls get full wage slips . My question is has anyone had problems with this download?
 

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Oh I see, I misunderstood sorry

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