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Failing to File Returns and New Penalty Regime - Updated 16th October 2012
Failing to File Returns and New Penalty Regime.
 

The new penalty regime for late self-assessment returns are:

• One day late: a penalty of £100, even if there is no tax to pay or tax due has been paid

• Three months late: £10 for each following day - up to a 90-day maximum of £900. This is in addition to the fixed penalty above

• Six months late: £300 or five per cent of the tax due, whichever is the higher. This is as well as the penalties above

• 12 months late: £300 or five per cent of the tax due, whichever is the higher. This is in addition to as the penalties above.

People who receive a late filing penalty can appeal if they think they have a reasonable excuse for not sending their tax return, such as a family bereavement.

 
 
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