HMRC's top ten excuses, 2015 edition
But how steadfast are HMRC in their capacity to dish out fines to those who have arrived late, panting and out of breath outside HMRC's door?
Well, it seems pretty steadfast in reality. There are some excuses that may not work with HMRC for failing to meet the deadline. To read examples of these excuses, head to Spear's Wealth Management Magazine.
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