LATE FILING AND LATE PAYMENT PENALTIES

Penalties if you miss the tax return deadline

If you miss the deadline, the longer you delay, the more you will have to pay. So it is important to send your tax return to H.M. Revenue & Customs (HMRC) as soon as you can.

If, for example, you send your tax return back six months late, you will be asked to pay the first three penalties shown in the table below.

All of the penalties shown in the table below will be charged even if you have no tax to pay or have paid the tax you owe.

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Penalties for sending your tax return late

tax late filing penalty rates

The deadlines and penalties above also apply to each partner in a partnership.

Interest and penalties if you don’t pay on time

If you miss the deadline, the longer you delay, the more you will have to pay. So it is important to still send your payment to HMRC as soon as you can.

If, for example, you pay more than six months late, you will be asked to pay the first two penalties shown in the table below.

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Penalties for paying late

Tax late payment penalty rates

Interest charges if you pay late

You will have to pay interest on all outstanding amounts, including any unpaid penalties, until payment is received.

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