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Paperless Billing With Barclays

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With paperless billing do I need to be printing out a statement each month for my records or instead when it comes to self assessment time can I just read the whole tax year's transactions off the screen (do they save all the transactions for the tax year is perhaps what I'm saying)?

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With paperless billing do I need to be printing out a statement each month for my records or instead when it comes to self assessment time can I just read the whole tax year's transactions off the screen (do they save all the transactions for the tax year is perhaps what I'm saying)?

I'd take printed copies for your records if I was you.

A while ago, my bank shortened the period of time that statements were available online to 12 months without any warning. I can now no longer access my bank records without paying £10 for each months worth...this even includes ones for part of last financial year.

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Yes, 100% take paper records. We've needed originals twice this year and very nearly had an immigration problem because of lack of original bank statemetns.

Barclays don't even provide real ones for £10 a month, just shabby looking computer printouts.

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I've never provided an e-mail address to my bank for this very reason.

Why should I use up my paper and printer ink when I can get statements printed for free?

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I've never provided an e-mail address to my bank for this very reason.

Why should I use up my paper and printer ink when I can get statements printed for free?

Looks like back to monthly statements sent through the post it is then.

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