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You don’t need to worry about missing a deadline, making a mistake or missing a claimable tax relief all from of £99*.
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From a client’s perspective, self assessment tax return deadlines can be a daunting time and you probably have a lot of questions. We have the answers.
The UK tax year for individuals starts on April 6th and ends on April 5th of the following year. From then, you have until January 31st to complete your online tax return for the previous tax year.
You will be assigned to a qualified and experienced tax accountant who will make your tax return experience hassle free. Your accountant will be available and willing to answer any and all questions you may have regarding your Self Assessment Tax Return.
Your UTR number is a Unique Taxpayer Reference that you get when you register for Self Assessment. It is a ten-digit code that you will need when filing a Self Assessment Tax Return, claiming a tax relief or benefit or when you wish to contact the HMRC. If you don’t already have a UTR number, you can get one by registering for Self-Assessment at HMRC.
It’s normal for individuals to make mistakes when submitting a Self Assessment Tax Return, some of these mistakes include:
- Forgetting to claim a tax relief
- Missing important deadlines and dates
- Getting your tax code wrong
Most people do not need to file a Self Assessment Tax Return, but below are some of the reasons which may mean that you are required to file one.
- you’re self-employed and earned more than £1,000
- you are a landlord with rental income over £2,500
- you made over £12,000 in profit from investments
- you received more than £10,000 from savings interest or dividends
- you have foreign income
We are happy to make last-minute changes to your return up until the date at which it is filed.
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