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If you’re self-employed or have an additional source of income outside your primary employed work, you have to complete a self-assessment tax return.
Sometimes, HMRC sends them to people that are required to do them, even if there is no extra income and no tax due. But getting it wrong can have disastrous consequences – pay too much and you end up feeling short changed; pay too little and you can get into trouble with HMRC.
With our expert self assessment accountants, you can stay on track, remain compliant and get back in control of your taxes. We’ll make sure you never miss another self-assessment deadline, too.
The tax year-end date is 5 April each year, with self-assessment returns due on or before the following 31 January. Some people miss this deadline, however, and end up being hit with big fines. Others wait until the last minute to file and make silly mistakes as a result, ultimately paying more tax than they need to. It doesn’t have to be like that, though, and with us in charge of your return, we can ensure it won’t be.
Self-assessment returns are also your opportunity to reduce your tax bill by claiming tax reliefs and using allowances. That’s why we tailor tax return services to you – once we understand your business, we can work on a tax-efficiency plan well ahead of time.
For company directors, it’s about reporting salary, dividends, pension contributions and benefits-in-kind. For sole traders, it’s about making sure any eligible business expenses are claimed before we calculate your taxable profit.
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