Coronavirus: Deferring Income Tax payments
As part of the government support package to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic, Income Tax payments on account due in July 2020 under the Self Assessment system may be deferred to January 2021.
At a glance
Payments on account of Income Tax due under Self Assessment are due on 31 January, during the tax year, and 31 July following the end of the tax year.
The second payment on account for the 2019/20 tax year is due by 31 July 2020.
HMRC have announced that:
Originally badged as applying to the self-employed only, the government has since amended their guidance and it now includes all taxpayers due to make Self Assessment payments on 31 July 2020 including landlords.
Anyone who wishes to make their payment by 31 July may still do so. It may be that this figure now needs to be recalculated if income levels have dropped since the last payment was made on 31 January.
Claims to reduce payments on account
This tracker covers measures announced by the government to support individuals and businesses, as we get through COVID-19.
COVID-19: Deferring Income Tax payments - Updated: 23 April 2020
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