A record number of people spent Christmas Day filing their tax return this year, new data from HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) shows.
And while millions of people were rising early to rip open their presents and pour some breakfast fizz, by 8am on Christmas day, 248 people had finished and sent their tax return.
A total of 12,257 people filed their returns on Christmas Day and Boxing Day this year, a 9% boost on last year's figures.
Between 8am and 4pm was the busiest time for submissions on Christmas Day: 1,458 filed their returns, while another 1,297 had filed between 4pm and midnight.
Boxing Day saw a staggering 9,254 people file their return, with more than 5,000 people filing between 8am and 4pm.
More than 11 million people are expected to file their 2018-19 tax return this year. The deadline for online submissions is 31 January 2020.
If you miss the deadline to file yourself-assessmenttax return,HMRC could automaticallycharge you £100.
HMRC must have received your tax return by31 October 2019 for paper forms, and midnight on 31 January 2020 for online returns.
And if you're more than a day late, the potential fines only get worse.
You can pull together all of your income and outgoings, work out your tax liability and submit your return directly to HMRC with a click of the button.