TaxPersonal TaxWeather could rescue late SA filers

Weather could rescue late SA filers

The blizzard which brought much of the UK's transport system to a halt could come to the rescue of late self-assessment filers.

Link: E-filing surge for Revenue

Taxpayers who missed the deadline could appeal.

A Revenue spokesman said: ‘Where adverse weather conditions play a big factor, we will look to be sympathetic.’

Last week the Revenue told Accountancy Age 6.5 million forms had been filed. Of these 250,000 tax returns were filed online. This is more than twice the 70,000 forms filed electronically last year.

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