Looming tax deadlines

25th October 2013 by Liz Densley

For the few doctors who complete paper tax returns, the deadline for submission of the form is 31st October and automatic penalties will be charged if the return is submitted on paper after that date.

If you are unable to meet that deadline, and do not feel confident doing it yourself online, seek professional assistance.

31st January

The deadline for completing and submitting tax returns online. Please be aware that if you wish to employ an agent to complete your return for you, they will need some warning! We ask our clients to provide information by 31st October in order to keep to our fixed fee. Last minute returns have to be dealt with at a higher level to get them done in time and tend to cost more. We do, however, still get a lot of last-minute tax returns and usually manage to complete them within the fixed fee!

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