Penalties for Failure to File on Time: In what circumstances is a penalty payable: Commencement date
Penalties for failing to file on time apply where the obligation to file a return or other document arises on or after the commencement date.
The penalties currently only apply to returns and documents required for the following taxes.
|Income Tax and Capital Gains Tax||ITSA return* ended 5 April 2011 (subject to the exceptions detailed at SAM121025 due to be filed on or before 31 October 2011, or 31 January 2012 if filed electronically).|
|Bank Payroll Tax||Return due to be filed on or after 31 August 2010.|
|Registered Pension Scheme (Income Tax)||Returns due to be filed on or after 30 September 2010.|
|Construction Industry Scheme||Return period 6 October 2011 to 5 November 2011, filing date of 19 November 2011.|
|Machine Games Duty||Returns due to be filed on or after 1 February 2013.|
|Annual tax on enveloped dwellings||Returns covering the chargeable period beginning on 1 April 2013 and ending on 31 March 2014, and every return thereafter.|
|PAYE reported under Real Time Information which include class 1 NIC and Student Loan Deductions||Returns due to be filed from 6 October 2014 for employers with 50 or more employees and 6 March 2015 for employers who have fewer than 50 employees.|
|Stamp Duty Reserve Tax||Information about transactions under Regulations 2 and 4(1)(a) of the Stamp Duty Reserve Regulations S.I. 1986/1711 that are due to be reported on or after 1 September 2014.|
|Other taxes||Will be added at later dates.|
- Although ITSA stands for Income Tax Self Assessment, in this guidance it means a return under Section 8 of TMA 1970 for income tax and capital gains tax.