The UK tax year for individuals starts April 6th and ends April 5th of the following year. From then, you have until January 31st to complete your online tax return for the previous tax year.
HMRC has over 130 phone lines, but most of them are not relevant for everyday taxpayers.
These are the most important ones:
Anything that stopped you from doing your taxes even if you tried to:
If you don’t tell HMRC that you’re no longer self-employed, they’ll still expect you to file a Self Assessment tax return.
You’ll be fined if you don’t – even if you owe no tax at all.
The way you tell HMRC that you stopped being self-employed is by filing a tax return and specifying that it’s your last one.
We know that penalties can quickly add up quickly, so we prioritise customers who missed the deadline or have to file tax returns for previous years.
At TaxScouts, we do it for you online, fast, and for just £119, all in.
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