You can get help with filling in your return, eg from HMRC or by getting an accountant to do your return for you.
You then have to pay your bill by the deadline.
Using software or paper forms
You must use one of these options to send returns:
- for a partnership
- for a trust and estate
- if you get income from a trust or you lived abroad as a non-resident, or if you’re a Lloyd’s underwriter or religious minister
You must use a paper form if you need to send a:
- tax return for a non-resident company (SA700)
- tax return for trustees of registered pension schemes (SA970)
The deadline for paper forms is 31 October (or 31 January if you’re a trustee of a registered pension scheme or a non-resident company).