Late Filer

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Late Filer

A person or company that files a tax return after the appropriate deadline. The term does not apply if the filer receives an extension on the deadline; the term late filer is only given to scofflaws.
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The late filers will pay a total of $3,491 in penalties.
The cases of nonfilers, late filers and short filers will be dealt with in the EMC and assistance, if needed, shall be taken from the civil administration of Punjab in connection with the work/operation of the cell.
Those aged 18-20 accounted for 10 per cent of late filers, while the over-65s accounted for only 1.
th] late-filing deadline looming, renowned tax attorney Bruce Givner, who handles many celebrity and high-net-worth clients, has four suggestions for late filers on how to minimize their penalties and avoid a repeat next year.
Late filers try to avoid paying all the taxes they owe until they can wait no more.
HMRC urged late filers to get their returns in as soon as possible to avoid being hit with further charges.
The news will come as a relief for many after HMRC introduced a much tougher system this year - with pounds 100 penalties applying to late filers, whether or not there is tax owed.
One reason some of these late filers and nonfilers are contacting Ralston and other tax consultants and accountants is that the state is spending $1 million to promote the amnesty.
But since United States large accelerated filers have 60 days to file, only substantially late filers (over 15 days) would be absent from the research population.
We believe it is important for HMRC to target persistent late filers, while being more lenient with those who have genuine reasons.
The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) is asking the taxman to fine persistent late filers but give leeway to those with genuine problems.
But this late in the game, many accountants are too busy to do anything more than help late filers mail in an extension request.