HMRC hit hundreds of taxpayers with £100 late fines despite filing on time

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TAX officials have been forced to apologise after HMRC hit hundreds of taxpayers with £100 late fines even though they filed their returns on time. In total, 653 people who submitted their tax returns on January 2 were hit with the late-payment penalty charges. They received letters from HMRC telling them they’d missed the deadline […]
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