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HMRC sends out penalty notices in July, October, January and April. This notice will state what is owed, how you can pay the penalty and what to do if you want to appeal HMRC's decision to issue you with a penalty. You can appeal if you believe the penalty is not due, the amount of the penalty is incorrect, or you have a "reasonable excuse" for sending your reports late.