Good job for finding out why the estimated tax isn't calculating, WBJ Designs.
Regarding your other concern, once your personal allowance is used for PAYE, then you'll have to enter the information on the Tax profile setup. Here's how:
Although, I suggest conferring with your tax adviser since it will affect your estimated taxes.
Let me share to you the article about QuickBooks Self-Employed UK Tax Profile Set Up.
You've got us if you need more help. Just pop a comment below, and we'll get back to you as soon as we can.
I'll help you understand why the tax rate is 0%, WBJ Designs.
Based on the HRMC, if your personal allowance is up to £11,850, the tax rate is 0%.
For self-employed workers, there are two types of National Insurance depending on their profits:
I'll share some articles so you'll have a better idea about tax rates and personal allowances:
You can get back to this thread if you have more questions.
I'm also having this problem. Please see screenshot.
I have set my Tax Allowance to £12.500 (the allowance for 2019-2020) and as you can see, my earnings have exceeded this threshold, but my estimated tax is still showing as zero.
This didn't happen last year, where my estimated tax was updated with every transaction - so this seems to be a bug in the system - please report it to technical guys or advise a way to fix it?
Thanks for the Screenshot. We need to look into the account further. We need if possible your email address.Unfortunately as this Community is a public post it will redact this information.Currently the tool where we can find this information in the background is not allowing us access. Could you if possible PM QuickBooks UK on either Facebook or Twitter with you email address and advise it is regarding estimated tax zero and we will look into this further for you.
We managed to get the details to look at the account. We have spoken with our engineers and tested in a test version and we get the same result. After looking into this further we have found clicking on the estimated tax figure would usually send you into the taxes section and the tax summary
For the moment to view the actual figure if you go to the taxes tab on the left hand side and you will see the income tax figure within the Self Assessment summary.
Could you reply back with a screen shot of the taxes page as well showing the tax figure and what we will do is raise and escalation with our engineers to see if we can get this changed.
I'm new to Quickbooks.
It seems that I'm having the same issues.
I have come from a full-time job to self-employed. I have put in all my details for the Tax Profile, but Estimated tax is showing £0.
Can you help me, please?
Thanks for joining this conversation, BrentCrouch.
It's possible that the net income has a greater amount than the business income. Using simplified expenses, your self-employment taxes are base on the following:
Just make sure to categorize your transactions correctly so you'll have an accurate estimated taxes. Also, you can review the information entered in your Tax Profile settings. Please refer to this article for more insights: How we calculate estimated tax payments.
I also suggest consulting your accountant for further guidance in selecting the proper categories for your transactions.
For additional information, consider checking out these articles:
Reach out to me in the comment section if you have any other issues or concerns. I want to make sure everything is taken care of for you. Have a wonderful day!
Since you continue to get the same result, I recommend reaching out to the Customer Care Team for assistance.
They can pull up your account in a secure environment, which we are unable to do so in this public forum. If the problem requires further analysis, our representative can create a ticket and send it to the engineers for investigation.
To get our contact number, click the Help icon in the upper right-hand corner. From there, select the Contact us link below the Need support? section.
For additional reference, you can use the following articles about filing your taxes at the end of the year and reports you can run to verify your tax return:
If there's anything else you need help with, feel free to hit that Reply button. Have a great day ahead.