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My CT600 shows AC187=AC74, AC68=AC80 and AC69=AC81 but I
Good morning, My CT600 shows AC187=AC74, AC68=AC80 and AC69=AC81 but I still get the error message at AC187. Are there any other necessary matches that I am overlooking? The pounds agree. I have had t… read more
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I am struggling to get my CT600 through, as soon as I enter
Hi I am struggling to get my CT600 through, as soon as I enter a value into the field AC215 I get an error saying fields AC218 and AC187 do not match what is on the balance sheet … read more
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Can't get passed the error message HMRC CT600 Box AC215 to
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I'm filling out my CT600 short version. And can't get AC187
I'm filling out my CT600 short version. And can't get AC187 to balance. It works in the spreadsheet but I must have something out by 1 somewhere!… read more
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UK Law.CT600 How should the "Retained Profit" be handled in
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I have completed the calculations and figures part of the CT600
I have completed the calculations and figures part of the CT600 form. But in the "Final Review" section, I am being asked to attach an "Accounts File in XBRL format". I used an Excel spreadsheet to ca… read more
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I am currently filling in my CT600 at the end of my first year
I am currently filling in my CT600 at the end of my first year of trading as a limited company. My grasp of accounting is quite slim!! Regarding Depreciation and Capital allowances: The procedure seem… read more
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In 2013 I filled out my CT600 for 2012 and paid the taxes.
In 2013 I filled out my CT600 for 2012 and paid the taxes. Now I am filling out my CT600 for 2013 and I can't figure out where to account for the taxes paid. The 'tax on profit and loss' field says it… read more
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I am entering my first set of accounts into the CT600 form. At
I am entering my first set of accounts into the CT600 form. At the AC187 box on the Profit and Loss page , I am getting :- "The retained profit at xxxx-xx-xx must tally with the value in the balance s… read more
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I cant get my CT600 to balance. Just AC218 causing that awful
I can't get my CT600 to balance. Just AC218 causing that awful red error message even though it appears to balance in the spreadhseet for my accounts. I've closed, saved, opened, adjusted, and even st… read more
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box ac 218 gives an error message. when i fill in ac215 the
box ac 218 gives an error message. when i fill in ac215 the number in ac187 is too high and not my retained profit for this period… read more
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Hi there i am currently filling in CT600 for first year accounts
Hi there i am currently filling in CT600 for first year accounts but i am having problems getting past AC187 which must balance with AC74 the figures are AC187 -1450 ac74 5265 im geussing the problem … read more
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Hi There, I am busy filing my second year accounts using
Hi There, I am busy filing my second year accounts using the HMRC CT600 form and I have managed to get through to the profit and loss account where I have got stuck on AC187 where it has correctly sta… read more
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On our CT600 we are unable to calculate the correct amount
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Hi i am filing in my ct600 company tax return and i can not
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Im filling in my CT600 accounts for a small company and in
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I am filling out a CT600 and cannot get past the Statutory
I am filling out a CT600 and cannot get past the Statutory Accounts notes on the Profit and loss account. I didn't have to fill this bit in last year! Basically I have a loss of £21 from last year whi… read more
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