Personal Tax Returns
Who needs to do a PTR (Personal Tax Return)
Taxpayers who are self-employed must submit tax returns, as many individuals whose taxable savings income exceeds their saving allowance or taxable dividend income exceeds the dividend allowance. Taxpayers who have other untaxed income (for example property income) also have to file tax returns. Finally, any tax payer who has made a chargeable capital gain in the year, also has a duty to submit a tax return.
Notification of Changeability
If an individual becomes chargeable to income tax or capital gain tax for the first time, he has a duty to notify HMRC within 6 months of the end of the tax year in which he becomes chargeable.
For example, an individual who received dividend income on in tax year 2016/17, has until 5 October 2017 to notify to HMRC. In order to file a tax return you need to be registered for self assessment and must have a UTR or Unique Tax Identifier number. A self assessment registration form is submitted for a UTR no. However, it can take up to 6 weeks for a UTR number to be issued by HMRC.
|Paper|| Later of:|
|Tax payers with simple tax affairs can fill in a short tax return which has no self assessment|
Penalties for late filing of Tax Return
|> 3 Months late||Daily penalties (£10/day, max 90 days)|
|> 6 Months late||5% of liability to tax (or £300 if greater)|
|> 12 Months late||Additional 5% of liability to tax (or £300 if greater)|
|Increased penalties apply if the withholding of information after 12 months is deliberate or deliberate and concealed.|
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