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Self-Assessment Tax Returns Deadline 2023

The deadline for completing Self-Assessment tax returns online for the 2021 to 2022 tax year is 31 January 2023. For on-paper tax returns, it was 5 October 2022 for the same year.

If you keep earning untaxed earnings from 6 April 2022, this may fall into the tax year 2022-23, which ends on 5 April 2023. The deadline for filing a 2022-23 Self-Assessment tax return may be on 31 January 2024.

Self-Assessment tax  deadline 2023

Before tax-payees can complete their first tax return, they need to register with HMRC to obtain their Unique Taxpayer Reference (UTR) as it is required to file a return. The tax return cut-off date for the 2021 to 2022 tax 12 months was 31 October 2022 for the ones who submitted on paper forms, and 31 January 2023 for online returns.

HMRC follows a policy of encouraging customers to file in advance tax returns to finish their Self-Assessment on time. Customers who submit early returns will benefit from knowing what they owe, letting them manage and pay at a time that suits them. If customers are due a reimbursement, they may get it back faster.

Customers can test if they want to finish a tax return by the usage of the free online device on GOV.UK. The easiest manner to complete a tax go-back is online. Once a client is registered for Self-Assessment, they could use their UTR to get entry to their tax return, in addition to info on their income or profits and different economic information. Detailed records on what documents are wanted for Self-Assessment are on GOV.UK.

For those who have already filed their tax return but still want to pay any tax owed, they are able to go to GOV.UK to discover extra about the payment options. Customers can now make Self-Assessment bills fast and securely through the HMRC app. If anyone is concerned about paying their tax bill, aid is available on GOV.UK, for instance, if customers are not able to pay in full tax, they may be able to set up a monthly fee plan online if the tax owed is much less than £30,000.

All Self-Assessment clients need to be alert to the hazard of criminals emailing, calling, or texting claiming to be from HMRC. Scams come in many shapes - some threaten on-the-spot arrest for tax evasion, and others provide a tax rebate. HMRC additionally urges customers by no means to share their HMRC login info with anyone.

To download the HMRC app, clients can go to the App Store from their iPhone or Google Play for Android and follow the download and installation instructions from there.


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