File your self assessment from April 6th 2020

File your self assessment for 2019/2020 - only £99

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Contact us today to get your Self Assessment completed before the 31st January 2021 deadline. Speak with a professional certified accountant that will ensure you file your return on time, correctly and tax efficiently.

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Here is how it works:

  1. Fill in the form, and click on buy now to buy a self-assessment for just £99
  2. You will get an automatic confirmation email of your purchase, including a list of documents we would need from you
  3. Your dedicated personal accountant will be in touch to understand your tax situation, answer your questions and prepare your tax return
  4. They’ll assess if there are ways to ensure you are tax efficient
  5. Once you’ve looked it over and are happy with it, we will file it on your behalf with HMRC.

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Some of the reasons you might need to prepare a tax return:

  • You were self-employed
  • You are claiming a tax-relief or refund
  • You earned income from a property
  • You earned dividends or interest
  • You earned capital gains
  • You are a director of a company
  • You earned over £100,000
  • HMRC sent you a letter indicated you need to

Main issues faced without assistance from an accountant

  • Not completing the self assessment form correctly
  • Missing out critical information
  • Not being as tax efficient as you could be

Under certain criteria, you are required to complete a self-assessment tax return for the HMRC.

The penalties for late tax returns are:

  • £100 fixed penalty for missing the deadline
  • Additional £10 per day penalty after 3 months
  • £1,200 or more after 6 months
  • £1,600 or more after 12 months

Frequently Asked Questions:

What are the key self assessment dates?

The UK tax year for individuals starts April 6th 2019 and ends April 5th 2020.

From then, you have until January 31st 2021 to complete your online tax return for this tax period.

How do I find my UTR number?

Your UTR number is a Unique Taxpayer Reference that you get when you register for Self Assessment.

It consists of 10 digits (sometimes with a letter K at the end) and is issued to you by HMRC.

Check out our Guide to UTR numbers for more information.

Who needs to file a tax return?

Most people do not need to file a Self Assessment because they are taxed at source. But there are a few reasons you may need to complete a tax return:

  • 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
  • You want to claim a tax refund (CIS, EIS, SEIS, donations)
  • HMRC tells you to submit one
  • Your income is over £100,000
  • You live abroad and had income from the UK
  • You’re in a partnership
  • You are a minister of any religion

What documents are required when filing a self assessment?

This is a submission only service, meaning you must provide all data required. Where applicable, we will require the following:

  • For employment - P60 or P45
  • For self-employment - profit & loss account showing the total income & expenses for the year  
  • For rental income - profit & loss account showing the total rental income & expenses for the year (including mortgage interest)
  • Dividends & Interest - total figure for the year (tax paid for foreign dividends)
  • Pension & Benefit - P60, P11D etc
  • Capital gains/ losses - Total figure for the year
  • Payment on accounts made
  • Pension contributions
  • Received child benefits
  • Marriage couple allowance

We will not be preparing profit & loss accounts for either self-employment or rental income.

All information must be provided in summary detail. We will be responsible for filing; not due diligence or fact-finding.

What are the most common self-assessment mistakes?

This is a submission only service, meaning you must provide all data required. Where applicable, we will require the following:

  • Not knowing deadlines and key dates
  • Forgetting about tax reliefs you can claim
  • Forgetting about Payment on Account
  • Getting your tax code wrong
  • Not including total income and benefits from PAYE

We will not be preparing profit & loss accounts for either self-employment or rental income.

All information must be provided in summary detail. We will be responsible for filing; not due diligence or fact-finding.

File Your Self Assessment for 2019/2020

You will need to file this by January 31st 2021. You can file it anytime from April 6th 2020 and we recommend filing it as early as possible.

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