The continued number of late-filers has raised concerns that a National Audit Office report into how to improve filing times, will be used by tax authorities to introduce tougher measures.
With only hours to go before late-filers face penalties and interest for late payment, The Times estimates that around one in 10 of the 9.5 million people who have to fill in a self-assessment form will not meet the deadline.
The number of late-filers has not dropped despite millions of pounds spent on national advertising campaigns by the Inland Revenue and the threat of penalties.
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