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Important Dates for Your Self-Assessment Tax Journey

April 25, 2024

As we navigate the 2024/25 tax year, we understand that managing deadlines and tax obligations can feel overwhelming. To help you stay on track and avoid any potential penalties, we’ve compiled a list of key dates to mark in your calendar:

April 30th, 2024:

This is the date from which penalties for unfiled Self Assessment tax forms will be applied. Don’t miss this important marker to avoid any unwanted fees or accruing penalties.

July 31st, 2024: Self-employed individuals, this is a crucial reminder!

Self-employed individuals, this is your last day to make your second tax payment for the previous year’s earnings. Ensuring timely payments can help you stay financially organized and avoid any late fees.

October 5th, 2024: This date holds two important deadlines.

This is the first deadline for submitting your Self Assessment tax return for the year ending April 5th, 2024.

Additionally, if you’re self-employed, this is also the last day to register with HMRC for the current tax year.

October 31st, 2024:

This is the final deadline for submitting your Self Assessment tax return in paper format for the tax year ending April 5th, 2024. Please take note!

Consider this your friendly reminder to gather your documents and file electronically by October 5th if you prefer a more streamlined process.

December 30th, 2024:

Planning to utilize automatic tax payment from your pension and wages? Be sure to submit your online Self Assessment tax return by this date to avoid any delays.

January 31st, 2025:

This is the ultimate deadline for completing your online Self Assessment tax return for the 2023/24 tax year.

Ps: We understand that tax matters can be stressful, and we’re here to help you avoid any last-minute rushes. We encourage you to begin gathering your documents and planning ahead to ensure a smooth filing process. We encourage you to address this well before this date to avoid any potential late filing fees.

We at Spondoo are committed to supporting you with your financial well-being. Should you have any questions or require further assistance with navigating your Self Assessment tax return, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.

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