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17-01-2020, 08:22   #1
 
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Statement of Liability 2019

Hi, anyone here receive a 2019 Statement of Liability yet after filling out an Income Tax Return aka a Form 12?

I thought it would be available by now.
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17-01-2020, 09:51   #2
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Revenue indicated that there would not be any until towards end of January. The reason maainly being that there may be employer amendments to 2019 up to the middle of January and issuing SOL before then could mean further amendments if additional information was lodged by the employers.
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17-01-2020, 10:07   #3
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Op, did you not get an e mail from them after you submitted you tax return?
I submitted mine on the 9th, got an e mail on the 10th saying like the poster above about waiting for employer info....and Cert of Liability would be ready to download on the 17th.

I haven't checked it yet though.
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Op, did you not get an e mail from them after you submitted you tax return?
I submitted mine on the 9th, got an e mail on the 10th saying like the poster above about waiting for employer info....and Cert of Liability would be ready to download on the 17th.

I haven't checked it yet though.
I got that email alright about the 17th so was expecting an email notification this morning, checked online and couldn't see anything either.
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17-01-2020, 10:30   #5
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I got that email alright about the 17th so was expecting an email notification this morning, checked online and couldn't see anything either.
Final verification checks are taking place, and Preliminary End of Year Statements are expected to be available from Monday.

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17-01-2020, 10:31   #6
 
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Also got an email confirmation that it would be available on the 17th but not showing up yet.

Interestingly it has been listed as "Available" for a couple of weeks but if I click on it I get "We are processing your most recent request. Your Statement of Liability will be available shortly.".
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17-01-2020, 10:46   #7
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I'd say we'll just have to hold out for it. It's the new paye modernization probably and the first new tax year with it.Plus everyone applying for there refunds etc.
It's most likely delaying things.
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From PAYE helpline:

Final verification checks are taking place, and Preliminary End of Year Statements are expected to be available from Monday 20th January
Still not available...
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I rang Revenue about this today and was told "The first ones will be issuing from lunchtime today"

Unsure of whether they run in batches or what the story is.
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I rang Revenue about this today and was told "The first ones will be issuing from lunchtime today"

Unsure of whether they run in batches or what the story is.
I was told the same this morning. I was told that "you should have it available by lunchtime today, if not it will definitely be there by close of business!"
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I was told the same this morning. I was told that "you should have it available by lunchtime today, if not it will definitely be there by close of business!"
Should have the money by EFT at some point this week so, DGAF about the SOL I know what they owe me but it's a trigger for the payment I'm after.
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Should have the money by EFT at some point this week so, DGAF about the SOL I know what they owe me but it's a trigger for the payment I'm after.
As far as I am aware, the trigger happens once they make SOL accessible online. Seems like technical issues with the new system.
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20-01-2020, 17:51   #13
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This is ridiculous. It may be earlier than other years but its not quicker. Last year I input my details on a Monday and it was in my account on the Thursday . I put in my medical expenses on 2 January and they keep pushing out the date. 😡😡😡
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21-01-2020, 07:09   #14
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This delay is a complete farce at this stage, I had my refund by the 11th last year.
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Processing request
We are processing your most recent request. Your Statement of Liability will be available shortly.

Above is the message I receive when I request to view the status.
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