TaxAdministrationAug deadline for Kerry Katona to pay off tax bill

Aug deadline for Kerry Katona to pay off tax bill

Singer Kerry Katona has been given an August deadline to pay a £157,000 debt to the taxman or go bankrupt

The former Atomic Kitten singer Kerry Katona was given a final deadline
yesterday to pay off the rest of a £417,000 tax bill, amounting to £157,000, or
go bankrupt.

Her lawyer Luke Harris persuaded the court to give her until August 7 to pay,
saying Katona, who was not in court, could not meet the full amount because of
‘changed circumstances’, but she was expecting payments of £472,000 before the
end of August.

He said she was also strenuously seeking to remortgage her properties but
there would be no need if the money came – ‘I would ask for one final indulgence
by the court’.

Henderson Collymore, representing HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC), said it
did not want another adjournment and his instructions were to seek a bankruptcy
order.

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