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Simon

As I only ever see the other end, I have not seen how an agent uses the
online filing.

At the year end, and you have the P35 and P`14s to file, I assume that you
log in to the GG using the ID HMRC supplies and the password you set up.

So whats next, do you use the PAYE reference, the AO Reference or both to
log on to the clients account?

Simon
 
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Peter Saxton

As I only ever see the other end, I have not seen how an agent uses the
online filing.

At the year end, and you have the P35 and P`14s to file, I assume that you
log in to the GG using the ID HMRC supplies and the password you set up.

So whats next, do you use the PAYE reference, the AO Reference or both to
log on to the clients account?

Simon
I expect it would be the PAYE reference but as I use third party
software I don't see the mechanics of the log on process.
 
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Simon

Peter Saxton said:
I expect it would be the PAYE reference but as I use third party
software I don't see the mechanics of the log on process.

I read the guidance and this suggests that the user needs to register for
online filing and they have to quote both but I have not seen the guidance
for agents or bureaus, but thanks anyway Peter.

On the third party software, does it need just the PAYE reference, it would
need at least that just to produce the P14/P60's.

Simon
 
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Peter Saxton

I read the guidance and this suggests that the user needs to register for
online filing and they have to quote both but I have not seen the guidance
for agents or bureaus, but thanks anyway Peter.

On the third party software, does it need just the PAYE reference, it would
need at least that just to produce the P14/P60's.

Simon
I use Sage and they ask for that information but I don't know whether
they need it as part of the process. I would have expected HMRC would
be able to get that information from the PAYE reference.
 
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Martin

Simon said:
As I only ever see the other end, I have not seen how an agent uses the
online filing.

At the year end, and you have the P35 and P`14s to file, I assume that you
log in to the GG using the ID HMRC supplies and the password you set up.

So whats next, do you use the PAYE reference, the AO Reference or both to
log on to the clients account?

Simon
You need to register as a PAYE agent, then get your client(s) to authorise
you to act.

Thereafter, just go to the HMRC portal, log-in (using HMRC ID & p/w - not GG
which I recall is different) and "authorised" clients will be available.

This should answer any other questions...
http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/agents/started-paye.htm

Also, it's worth checking this...
http://customs.hmrc.gov.uk/channelsPortalWebApp/channelsPortalWebApp.portal?_nfpb=true&_pageLabel=pageOnlineServices_ShowContent&propertyType=document&id=HMCE_PROD1_029173

(sorry if you get page wrap)

And obviously make sure you comply with the AML regs otherwise you'll be
shipped off to Guantanamo Bay.
 
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Jonathan Bryce

Simon said:
As I only ever see the other end, I have not seen how an agent uses the
online filing.

At the year end, and you have the P35 and P`14s to file, I assume that you
log in to the GG using the ID HMRC supplies and the password you set up.
Yes

So whats next, do you use the PAYE reference, the AO Reference or both to
log on to the clients account?
We use software such as Sage or Iris to do the filing. You enter the login
credentials in the settings screen in the software, and then instead of
printing out a paper copy of the return, you can get the software to send
it direct to HMRC.

If we log onto the website, we get a list of some of our clients where the
64-8s have been properly processed, plus a few others we don't recognise.
We can click on them and view their details.
 
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Simon

Jonathan Bryce said:
We use software such as Sage or Iris to do the filing. You enter the
login
credentials in the settings screen in the software, and then instead of
printing out a paper copy of the return, you can get the software to send
it direct to HMRC.

If we log onto the website, we get a list of some of our clients where the
64-8s have been properly processed, plus a few others we don't recognise.
We can click on them and view their details.
That was an answer I expected but did not want, Thanks Jonathan, do you know
to what extent this has been discussed with HMRC?
 

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