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    Year End - 13th period query

    Hi
    I haven't done the year-end procedure yet for various reasons, but have to submit Vat at end of April. It was suggested that I set up the 13th period to process all the March payments. However, as I was about to do so, the message 'Tax Periods will be recalculated' - is this significant in terms of changing the current 2-monthly Vat cycle on my system?
    Your comments/advice would be much appreciated.

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    Hi Jo

    No. It is not significant. It is just a system warning but will not have any effects on your tax reports.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Smith View Post
    Hi Jo

    No. It is not significant. It is just a system warning but will not have any effects on your tax reports.
    Thanks Kevin, that's great. Appreciated.

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