Tax penalties: direct tax: failure penalties

This is one of a series of notes on tax penalties. It deals with the direct tax penalty regime for failures, including penalties for failing to pay tax on time or to file a return by the filing date. For an introduction to tax penalties generally, see Practice note, Tax penalties: overview.

Jason Collins, Pinsent Masons LLP


 

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