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    TAX - easyfile employer recon problem

    I have opened EasyFile Employer and filled in the values on the "Declaration" form. But I can't seem to get it to 'balance' as the "Difference - Liability & Certificate Values" is the same as the Totals.

    Do I need to create an IRP5 for each employee so that it sums these up into the "Total Value of Tax Certificates" section, thereby making the Liability & Due by/to you both Nil ?

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    No expert but I always do the IRP5's for each employee before the declaration - some of the declaration will then be pre-populated with these values.

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    I did do IRP5's for each employee still same problem thanks

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