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  • King_Maker
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    The maximum tax is ~ £300. And it's you who are losing out not HMRC.

    Assuming it's not a company nor different tax rates in the two years, I cannot see HMRC being overly concerned.

    However, if it's worrying you, why not contact HMRC for their reaction?

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  • doobrey
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    Not a great expert but my understanding is that you are supposed to do it as a correction rather than carrying it over to next year.

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  • Berlingogirl
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    about £700

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  • King_Maker
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    How much are these missing expenses?

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  • Berlingogirl
    started a topic Forgot to add some items to accounts

    Forgot to add some items to accounts

    I forgot to add some items to my accounts for the year just ended. Can I add them onto this years accounts?

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