People have the right to challenge penalties given by HMRC for missing today’s Self Assessment tax return deadline, says the Low Incomes Tax Reform Group (LITRG).
HMRC say a glitch in their system that omitted Marriage Allowance claims from people’s Self Assessment tax calculations is fixed.
Guidance and draft legislation on the loan charge, following Amyas Morse’s independent review and the government response, have now been published.
If you have a Self Assessment payment due to HMRC at the end of this month and you can’t afford to pay it, then you now have the option of making a payment arrangement
The 2018/19 tax return online filing deadline is 31st January 2020.
LITRG is urging people to complete their 2018/19 Self Assessment tax return online before 31 January 20201 or risk a fine from HMRC.
Report download: Scottish Government and Revenue Scotland Working on Tax Together
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