On the fourth day of Christmas ....
On the fourth day of Christmas my tax love sent to me
A note HMRC are not going to relax the 31st January 2021 as the self-assessment tax payment deadline
- A suggestion to keep a very careful note of my day count and which tier I was locked down in over Christmas in case HMRC further extends the “exceptional circumstances” reprieve for those reliant on the Statutory Residence Test as it did between 31 March and 1 June.
- A reminder that 30 December 2020 is the deadline for the submission of online self-assessment tax returns if underpayments are to be collected by a PAYE coding adjustment.
And a promise to provide me with top tax tips for the next 8 days…..
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