HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) may let you pay your self-assessment tax bill by instalments if you are unable to pay your self-assessment tax bill due to Coronavirus (COVID-19). You must contact HMRC as soon as possible to arrange especially if you have had already missed your payment.
|HMRC helpline||Self Assessment Payment Helpline|
|Telephone:||0300 200 3822|
|Opening times:||Monday to Friday, from 8 am to 4 pm|
Defer to pay your self assessment tax bill to 31 January 2021
You can delay your self-assessment payment on account for the payment due on 31 July 2020 to 31 January 2021 if you are unable to pay your tax. On the same note, if you are able to pay, please do so.
Set up Time to Payment arrangement with HMRC
You can set up a time to pay arrangement with HMRC online if your tax bill is less than £10,000. This lets you pay your self-assessment tax bill by instalments.
If you are self-employed, do check if you are eligible to claim a grant through the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme.
Companies House filings in response to COVID-19 outbreak
Companies House grants an automatic extension for the following filings in response to COVID-19 outbreak (on 27 June 2020).
- Company accounts filing deadline automatic extension for private (LTD) and public companies (PLCs), limited liability partnerships (LLPs), Overseas Companies and Societas Europaea (SEs).
- 6 weeks to submit your confirmation statement.
- Events driven filings deadlines also extend to 42 days, also 6 weeks. For example, you have moved your registered office to a new address. You also have up to 6 weeks to notify Companies House.
- Mortgage charges registration has a further 10 days, a total of 31 days to submit the document with Companies House.