Paying your January Tax Payment

Written by yasiradnan94
10 January 2020

The tax return deadline is on 31 January, meaning that you have less than a month to finalise your tax affairs for the year ended 5 April 2019. It also means you have just a few days to settle your tax payment.


TAX DEADLINE – 31st January 2020

The most pressing tax deadline for now is the main filing and payment deadline, of 31 January.

This date marks the final day for you to file your 18/19 self-assessment tax return, and settle your tax for that period. If applicable, you will also need to pay the first tax Payment-on-Account.

Self-assessment covers the following main areas:

·        self-employed profits

·        profit from rental property

·        sales or purchases for Capital Gains Tax

·        dividend income and expenses

·        all other income that has not been taxed through PAYE

do you still need to complete a tax return?

If your tax return has not been filed there are only a few days to take action. We can help speed up the process for you.


AJN Accountants are specialists in helping contractors, freelancers and small businesses to save tax and time.

Please contact us for more information:

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T: 020 3488 2435

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