If you put a cross in the Yes box against question 4 on your main tax return, you will be completing the UK property supplementary pages.
HRMC has reported that the number of penalties issued for late tax returns has fallen by 39 per cent compared to last year.
HMRC has warned thousands of higher rate taxpayers they have one month to submit their late tax returns.
There is one week left for 40 per cent tax rate payers or above to take part in the Tax Return Initiative.
HMRC has today issued a reminder for all those submitting paper tax returns for the FY11/12.
From 1 May, HMRC will charge a £10 daily penalty for each day your online return is late, up to a maximum of 90 days.
It is important to know what income is non-taxable and can be ignored in your calculations for tax purposes.
The What Investment Guide to Personal Tax reminds taxpayers of the key dates for filing tax returns this year.