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Deadline looms for personal income tax returns

Those who miss the deadline will be fined

You only have a few days left to submit personal income tax returns.

The deadline is 6 October and locals are being encouraged to do so online if possible.

If the Income Tax Division has not received personal tax returns for the year ended 5 April 2021 by Wednesday, taxpayers will be charged a £100 penalty.

If the return has still not been received by the Division by 6 April 2022, a further £200 penalty will be charged.

Paper returns can be put through the letterboxes located at the front entrance to, or on the 2nd floor inside, Government Office.

If anyone requires a duplicate return, they should contact the Division immediately so that it can be issued and returned before the deadline.

The Income Tax Division staff are available to offer support to anyone who wishes to submit their return online.

Should you need to contact the Income Tax and National Insurance Division, there are many ways to do so:

Public Counters – open from 9am to 2pm Monday to Friday (temporarily extended to 5pm Monday to Thursday and 4.30pm Friday up to and including 6 October)

Telephone – +44 1624 685400 – lines open Monday to Thursday 9am to 5.30pm and Friday 9am to 5pm.

E-mail personal and general tax queries to incometax@itd.treasury.gov.im.

Additional contact email addresses are available from the website https://www.gov.im/incometax

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