TaxPersonal TaxHMRC warns on tax code errors

HMRC warns on tax code errors

New PAYE system glitches mean some employees are paying wrong amount of tax

HMRC has admitted that the recent introduction of the National Insurance and
PAYE Service may have resulted in some employees being on the wrong tax code.

The taxman is urging employees to check their April payslips to ensure they
are paying the correct amount of tax. It is possible that the may not have been
sent the same PAYE code number as the one sent to their employer or pension
provider.

Employees are warned to look out for any unexpected a changes to the amount
they are paid and to phone HMRC is they believe there is a problem.

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