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The Government is considering calls to waive fines for late tax returns for struggling businesses and freelancers. Copy of PRIMARY Excluded News & Events Image Cards (4)

Although they have ruled out an official extension to the January 31 filing deadline, HM Revenue & Customs has said it would accept coronavirus as a 'reasonable excuse' for missing the deadline.  It has also extended the appeals window to three months.

Richard Wild from The Chartered Institute of Taxation said, “We have asked HMRC to waive late filing penalties for all returns filed before March 1 2021 in order to avoid adding further costs or compliance burdens at an already difficult time."

READ MORE: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/tax/return/late-tax-return-fines-may-waived-help-small-firms-freelancers/?WT.mc_id=tmgliveapp_iosshare_Awg4rdJ4GpgY

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