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HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) has announced that it will waive fines for self-assessments that miss the end of January deadline, as long as they are filed online by 28 February.

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Normally there is an automatic penalty of £100 for not meeting the January 31 deadline.

Jim Harra, HMRC's chief executive said, "We recognise the immense pressure that many people are facing in these unprecedented times and it has become increasingly clear that some people will not be able to file their return by 31 January," 

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