Monday, February 01, 2010

Tweets re the 31 January tax filing deadline (taxpayers)

HMRC now don't miss a thing on the tax return. "Were you party to one or more tax avoidance schemes?"
@mel_kenny

I avoided the £100 fine, but I'm convinced the Inland Revenue must be conspiring with greedy accountants to keep them busy (and rich).
@edthedoc

Wow, never thought I'd say this, but the Inland Revenue are rather lovely. *Happies*
@SianySianySiany

Will the inland revenue never answer my call? Actually I don't want them to so everything's rosie :-)
@tunatheday

Lots on this weekend but is mainly about the Inland Revenue and finishing my tax return. Dunno why I leave it so late: they owe me money!
@johndglynn

The Inland Revenue owe me an iPad !
@ketan

Interesting. VirusBarrier suspects that the Inland Revenue self-assessment site is a phishing scam. Wonder if it's smarter than I think.
@tomgorham

The Inland Revenue Tax Return 'Help line' is gonna get sued under the trades description act.
@ianhaylett

Required - Translator for HMRC (Inland Revenue) website. Send CVs to: hmrcaremuppets@gov.uk.
@davidjlowe

Bleurgh, tax return. I'm paying for an accountant for a reason, but she apparently doesn't do this for me :(
@leslieq

Just paid tax using my debit card on HMRC site. Bank then texts me to say my card has been used for overseas transaction!
@BookMarkLee

Paid my tax 2 days before deadline and my accountant is my new best friend
@GillBlanchard

Accountant has sent through tax return at last minute. Turns out I owe £1, not a couple of grand as in previous years. Phew!
@irascian (9am Sunday morning)

Tax. Done. New resolution for 2010 - get an accountant.
@joelbradbury (10pm Sunday evening)

Submitted tax return for first time without going to the wire. It is only 10pm, usually only do it with minutes to spare.
@aabboud

Just completed tax return 94 minutes ahead of deadline - woo hoo. No fine for me. And no tax to pay on losses. Next year I'll give more HMRC
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