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Self Assessment

Who said Tax doesn't have to be taxing?

Your Self Assessment is a standard tax return form.

As a business owner, you’ll need to send a report of your annual earnings to HMRC.

Your Self-Assessment tax return should also include the sources of your earnings.

Self-Assessment is an individual’s responsibility to work out how much tax you have to pay.

Tax Returns has to be completed for:

  • Individuals and sole traders
  • Partnerships
  • Limited Companies.

The self-assessment regime is full of penalties and HMRC enquiry powers are extensive. It’s important that:

  • Returns are correctly completed
  • They are filed on time
  • All backup records are retained for the appropriate period of time.

As well as the completion of your return we can assist with:

  • Advice on your tax liabilities
  • Negotiating with the Collector if necessary
  • Identifying suitable tax planning opportunities
  • Completing all the necessary tax computations
  • Dealing with all correspondence from HMRC, taking the worry away from you.

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Please contact us if you need further advice, have any questions about our services, or would like a free consultation or a fixed quote.

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