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Thousands of islanders still need to hand in tax return

Personal tax returns must be filed with Revenue Jersey at Customer and Local Services at La Motte Street by 6pm on Friday May 31 Credit: Kathrin Deckart/DPA/PA Images

People in Jersey are being urged to hand in their tax returns today.

At the end of yesterday there were between 10,000 and 20,000 forms outstanding.

Personal tax returns must be filed with Revenue Jersey at Customer and Local Services at La Motte Street by 6pm on Friday 31 May.

Tax returns should be delivered by hand to La Motte Street, not Cyril Le Marquand House which has been closed for some time.

Islanders needing advice about how to fill in their returns should watch the video below or visit gov.je/mytaxreturn.

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All of the videos on the government website have subtitles available in English, Portuguese and Polish. The guides also include advice for taxpayers who are self-employed.

The penalty for missing the deadline is a £250 fine, or the amount equal to your tax if your assessment is less than £250.