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Tax return fines: HMRC wrongly hunts ONE MILLION taxpayers for late filing penalties

Published on Sunday 13th of August 2017 04:54:00 PM in Daily Express

HMRC said 963,000 taxpayers were placed in the self-assessment (SA) tax system, yet none of them had filed SA tax returns for three years.  Late tax returns are immediately slapped with a charge of £100 if filed after January 31, meaning those affected were chased for ...

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