1.3m Miss Self-Assessment Tax Return Deadline

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HMRC has revealed that 1.3m taxpayers did not file their self assessment returns by the 28 February 2022 deadline. 1.2m taxpayers filed their self-assessment returns by the end of February deadline, however, there were 1.3m people who did not make it and now faces a £100 late filing penalty.

It was announced at the beginning of January 2022 that the deadline for the self assessment tax filing and payment had been extended by one month from 31 January to 28 February. HMRC also waived the late filing penalty for the month.

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