Self Assessment & Tax Returns
Save yourself time, maximise tax savings and avoid any nasty penalties.
Preparing and filing your own tax return can be a laborious and daunting task that requires a lot of time and patience, which is often against you when faced with an impending deadline.
Add to this the confusion you may face around tax legislation and you could run the risk of paying too much tax, or worst still, incurring an expensive penalty for completing your tax return incorrectly or filing it late.
Listed below are some of the most common reasons that require you to submit a tax return :
- You are a company director
- You are self employed or a partner in a partnership
- You have large amounts of investment income
- You own land or property that is being let
- You have income from overseas
- You’ve lived or worked abroad or you are not domiciled in the UK
- You have sold or given away an asset (such as a holiday home or shares)
- Your household receives Child Benefit and you have income in excess of £50,000
Very often individuals try to seek advice from HM Revenue & Customs, unfortunately they are not tasked to advise you on how to organise your affairs and minimise your tax. The only way to ensure you are paying the right amount of tax is to utilise the expertise of a professional.
Speak to an expert…
Tax & Employer Solutions Manager
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What you can expect from us…
Complete your tax return.
We can be highly cost-effective in taking the worry out of your self assessment/tax returns, freeing up more time for you to concentrate on your business or on what you enjoy.
Calculate your tax liability.
Being proactive we will always analyse your situation to see if any tax savings can be made and liaise with you on the amounts due.
File your return online and on time.
We will file your return/self-assessment on your behalf within the deadline period, ensuring you never incur any expensive potential penalties.