Yes, you have 2 main options:
Collected from your wages
You could opt to have it collected from your wages through your tax code. HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) can now collect debts of up to £3,000 by adjusting your Pay As You Earn (PAYE) tax code. The effect of this is to recover the debt from your income, by increasing the amount that your employer deducts from your wages during the tax year. Your employer will then pay the tax they collect to HM Revenue & Customs on your behalf.
Taxpayers wishing to have their tax bills coded out should tick the appropriate box on their tax return and submit it by 31st October if filing on paper or 30 December if filing online.
Or you could set up a Budget Payment Plan for Self Assessment. Budget Payment Plans are available to Self Assessment customers who pay by online Direct Debit and are up to date to with their payments.
If you haven't paid the full amount you owe by 31st January 2019 through your Budget Payment Plan, then you will need to make another payment to cover the difference.
If you'd like assistance in managing your cashflow or tax affairs, contact us to be put in touch with your local TaxAssist Accountant who would be happy to help.
By Jo Nockels
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