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Offline Jake  
#1 Posted : 30 April 2014 09:36:23(UTC)

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Location: Leeds

Just found this forum while looking for something else.

Thought would take the opportunity to share something useful I found out today.

You can tell HMRC your tax code is incorrect online! Saves spending 30 minutes on the phone.

TIP! Print the submission before you click submit/send so you have a record of what you told HMRC and when in case they are slow acting on it (as usual!)

Hope this helps others with a PAYE code error

Sharing info like this and participating in forums and discussions handy for CPD plus I can keep a track of what I am doing (look back later when recording CPD hours - say once a month or whenever)

I think this is worth 15 mins CPD getting the link and creating this post to help others.

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