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If a Self Assessment tax return is more than three months late, HMRC start to charge a £10 penalty for each day that the return remains outstanding. For 2020/21 tax returns, normally due (if submitted online) by 31 January 2022, this means that daily penalties start to be charged from 1 May 2022.
They will write and tell you the outcome. This should be within 45 days unless HMRC agree an extension with you. Their usual practice is to extend it for a further 45 days, so the review is completed within 90 days.
If you haven't filed yet, include Form 2210 with your tax return\u2014along with an explanation of your missed payments and documentation to support your statement\u2014in order to request a waiver for the penalty.
Submission deadlines If you have to file a Self Assessment tax return, you normally have: until 31 October to do so, if you choose to submit a paper tax return; or until the following 31 January if you file online.
You'll be sent the money within 5 working days - it'll be in your UK account once your bank has processed the payment. If you do not claim within 21 days, HM Revenue and Customs ( HMRC ) will send you a cheque. You'll get this within 6 weeks of the date on your P800. Contact HMRC if you cannot claim your refund online.
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You could also face the following penalties if you pay late: After 30 days: a charge equal to 5% of the tax outstanding, After six months (31 July): a further 5%. After 12 months (31 January the following year): an additional 5%.
If you are self-employed, you always have to complete a Self Assessment tax return (unless your trading income is exempt under the trading allowance). It does not matter whether you make a profit or loss from your self-employment, or indeed whether you actually begin to trade as self-employed once you have registered.
First penalty This penalty is set at 2% of the tax outstanding after day 15. If any of this tax is still unpaid after day 30, the penalty will be calculated as 2% of the tax outstanding after day 15 plus 2% of the tax outstanding at day 30. In most instances this will amount to a 4% charge at day 30.
As a general rule, anyone who receives income that isn't taxed at source needs to complete a Self Assessment.
The Self-Assessment personal tax return informs HMRC about your taxable income and gains for a tax year and is submitted online or by paper annually. You are solely responsible for informing HMRC that you need to file this tax return, and you must not wait for them to contact you first.

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