You can tell HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) about any income you haven’t declared (this is known as ‘voluntary disclosure’).
The Solicitors Tax Campaign gives you the chance to do this if you work within the legal profession as a solicitor in a partnership or company, or as an individual.
How to tell HMRC about undeclared income
- Fill in a notification form by 9 March 2015.
- Fill in a disclosure form and pay what you owe by 9 June 2015.
Use the calculator to help work out what you owe. Only use the calculator if both of the following apply:
- your tax affairs are straightforward
- you’re entitled to only basic personal allowances
There’s a different calculator if you need to tell HMRC about more than 5 years of unpaid tax.
Call the helpline before 9 June 2015 if you need more time to pay.
Help and advice
You can read more about how to make your voluntary disclosure.
Call the Solicitors Tax Campaign helpline if you need more help.
Solicitors Tax Campaign helpline
Telephone: 0300 013 4749
From outside the UK: +44 300 013 4749
Monday to Friday, 8am to 8pm
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