A record number of people spent their Christmas day filing their tax return this year, new data from Hm Revenue and Customs (HMRC) shows.
Tax returns for the 2017-18 tax year are due at midnight on 31 January 2019. If you're only just getting started, use our tips to meet the deadline.
With less than a week to go until the 31 January deadline, freelancers and self-employed workers across the country will be scrambling to complete their submissions. So, are you up...
More than 3.5 million people have just one week to file their self-assessment tax return. Which? explains what you need to do to meet the deadline.
Errors on tax returns can cause you to overpay your tax bill. Which? explains the most common reason for mistakes and how you can fix them.
With just over three weeks before the self-assessment deadline, 48% of returns are still outstanding. Which? shares the top tips for filing on time.
New figures from HMRC reveals how many people filed their tax return on Christmas day, and Which? helps you speed up the self-assessment process.
Self-employed people will need to show proof of earnings when applying for a mortgage - but it may be impossible to do this until you file your tax return.
You have one day left to tell HMRC about any income you've earned from the past year that might be taxable. Find out what you need to report and how self-assessment works.
If you complete a self-assessment tax return, you'll need to pay an installment on your next tax bill by 31 July. Which? explains payment on account.