HMRC Tax Returns dates

Important dates for the diary for your 2013-14 tax return!
I thought it would be worth reminding people of a few key dates with regard to your self-assessment Tax Return. 


31 October 2014 
This is the deadline for filing a paper tax return, whether you choose to work out how much tax your owe yourself or want HMRC to do it. However, if you receive notice that you must file a tax return after 31 July 2014 you’ll need to send back the completed form within three months of the notice’s date of issue.


30 December 2014 
If you file your tax return online and also have earnings taxed under PAYE, you can opt to have overdue tax (if it is less than £2,000) collected by PAYE provided you filed your online return by this date. The advantage of this is that any tax payable would be paid over 12 months from April 2014, rather than in a single lump sum by 31 January 2015.


31 January 2015 
This is the final deadline for online tax returns, unless the notice to make an online tax return is issued by HMRC after 31 October 2014, in which case you have three months from the date of issue. This is also the deadline to pay any tax due for paper and online filers.
It’s important to be aware that filing your tax return late, or failing to pay the tax you owe on time, will probably mean fines and interest charges.


If you need any advice on any of these dates please give me a call on 0116 3677424.


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