TaxPersonal TaxNon-residents warned of ‘extra’ tax questions

Non-residents warned of 'extra' tax questions

Tax return cut off date looms

People claiming to be non-resident or non-domiciled have been warned to be
aware that HM Revenue and Customs has
added in some new questions of relevance to them,
PwC said in a statement ahead of the 30
September tax return deadline.

The firm warned that these questions ‘should be answered with care’ as,
depending on the responses given, HMRC may want to ask additional questions.

HMRC will calculate the tax liability for taxpayers who complete and file
their tax returns by 30 September, and if tax owed is less than £2,000, they
will collect it through the taxpayer’s notice of coding.

Leonie Kerswill, tax partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, said: ‘By
completing their tax return by 30 September individual taxpayers can potentially
save a lot of time and hassle.’

Further reading:

Lib Dems outline taxes for the rich

Great tax debate needs reason and reliability

Cameron outlines Tory tax plans

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