1,773 ‘happy returns’ at Christmas

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HMRC have reported that they received 1,773 online tax returns on Christmas Day, with the busiest time for online returns on 25 December between midday and 1pm, when 148 Yuletide returns were delivered electronically.

Christmas Eve, which has traditionally been a much busier day for festive filing than Christmas Day, saw 17,644 online returns successfully submitted.

In total, 24,228 online returns were received over the three-day festive period (including Boxing Day) which was a 5% increase on the 2013 total.

HMRC Director General of Personal Tax, Ruth Owen, said:

‘You can file your online return at any time of day or night – even Christmas Day, if it suits you. But don’t leave it too late. Give yourself plenty of time to resolve any problems and if you need to call us, do it now, as our phone lines get much busier as the 31 January deadline approaches.’

The deadline for sending 2013/14 tax returns to HMRC, and paying any tax owed, is 31 January 2015.

Please see our IN-Formed Guide to Self Assessment if you have any queries, or alternatively contact askus@in-accountancy.co.uk or one of the team on 0161 456 9666 if you would like any help.

 

 

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