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Who needs to file a personal tax return in the UK?

Who needs to file a personal tax return in the UK?

  • You are self-employed as a sole trader and earning more than £1,000
  • You are a partner in a business partnership
  • You earn £100,000 or more
  • Your state pension was your only source of income and was more than your personal allowance

Check if you need to send a self-assessment tax return here

Can a tax accountant save you money?

The short answer is yes! Not only will they make sure you only pay the tax you have to and find ways to reduce your tax bill in line with HMRC rules, but they will also free up your time to invest in saving or making money in other areas of your business.

When is the HMRC deadline for tax returns?

HMRC imposes two deadlines for tax returns, 31st October for paper submissions and 31st January for online submissions

What are the penalties for late payment?

You’ll receive an immediate fine of £100 for late submission, and rolling fines up to £900 over three months, then significant incremental fines throughout the year.

What information do I need to file my personal tax return?
  • Your unique taxpayer reference (UTR)
  • Your National Insurance number
  • Details of untaxed income (including from self-employment, dividends, and interest on shares)
  • Details of self-employment expenses
  • Charity or pension contributions that might be eligible for tax relief
  • Any records of income received that you’ve already paid tax on
How do I find out how much tax I owe?

You can check what you owe in tax through HMRC online services, which tells you what you owe in tax and when (usually in January and July). Find out what you owe here.