Submitting Tax Returns as an Agent

Submitting Tax Returns as an Agent

Click on SETTINGS

Indicate that your filing Tax Returns on behalf your clients

 

 

Enter your Practice Name, Agent ID, HMRC User name and SAVE 

 

 

Click on EDIT to go back to the main screen 

 

Click on VALIDATE MY TAX RETURN 

Click YES to proceed 

 

Enter your HMRC Password 

 

Click on FINAL STEP: CLIENT APPROVAL 

 

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