Thousands file tax returns on Christmas Day

More than 22,000 taxpayers went online over Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day to complete their Self-Assessment tax return.

As millions enjoyed Christmas festivities this year, 3,275 people filed their tax returns on Christmas Day alone, according to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC).

A total of 22,060 went online to submit their form over the three-day period.

HMRC is urging taxpayers to submit their returns on time (the deadline for the 2021 to 2022 tax year is 31 January 2023), or they may face a penalty.

The breakdown of figures for those who filed during the festive period are:

HMRC charges for late filing include:

If taxpayers owe anything after completing their tax return, they can find out about the different ways to pay.

HMRC is also warning taxpayers to be aware of falling victim to Self-Assessment scams. Advice can be found at GOV.UK or speak to our team if you are unsure of any communications relating to your tax return.

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