Which?'s top tips on how to file your self-assessment tax return by the 31 January deadline and avoid a £100 fine from HMRC
Vital advice to make sure you don't miss the self-assessment tax return deadline, and how to avoid a fine from HMRC
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.
More than 745,588 people missed the end of January tax returns deadline this year and potentially face fines, according to HMRC.
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