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Offline Freddy  
#1 Posted : 24 July 2014 12:12:10(UTC)

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Anyone help?

I have searched the web and HMRC website for a list of interest rates for late paid tax for the last 20 years in respect of a COP9 tax enquiry I am helping with.

I could ask HMRC for the info but don't really want to at this stage.

Can anyone help by replying to this post with a list of HMRC interest rates for late paid income tax or CGT for the last 20 years.

I can find the rates back to Feb 2000 but nothing earlier than that!

Income Tax, NIC and CGT Stamp Duty Land Tax, Stamp Duty and Stamp Duty Reserve Tax (from 1 October 1999)

From date and % interest rate list

24 Mar 2009 2.50%
27 Jan 2009 3.50%
6 Jan 2009 4.50%
6 Dec 2008 5.50%
6 Nov 2008 6.50%
6 Jan 2008 7.50%
6 Aug 2007 8.50%
6 Sep 2006 7.50%
6 Sep 2005 6.50%
6 Sep 2004 7.50%
6 Dec 2003 6.50%
6 Aug 2003 5.50%
6 Nov 2001 6.50%
6 May 2001 7.50%
6 Feb 2000 8.50%

From 29 Sep 2009 it has been 3.00%

Would be really help if someone could post the earlier list of HMRC (formally Inland Revenue) interest rates before Feb 2000 with a link to the source for verification if possible?

Thanks Freddy...
"Tax Does Not Have To Be Taxing". HMRC's old advert always makes me laugh for it's sheer stupidity...
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