Self Assessment Tax Returns

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In January 2018, 750,000 people missed the deadline to file their self-assessment tax return, plus for those that completed on time, HMRC reported that one in four were calculated incorrectly.

Our Tax Return service takes away the stresses of self-assessment starts from £89+VAT (dependant on the time in the year you sign up with us – the earlier the better!).

What is a self-assessment tax return?

This is the process used by HMRC to collect tax from businesses and individuals with other means of income. This can be collected via a paper or online tax return.

Do you need to complete a self-assessment?

Self-Assessments aren’t applicable to everyone, but if you answer yes to any of the below statements then, you will need to complete this annually:

  • Limited Company Director
  • Self-Employed
  • Employed and earn more than £100,000
  • Receive child benefits, and earn more than £50,000
  • Receive property income
  • Earning income that hasn’t been taxed

Here are some key dates for filing your self-assessment tax return

31 July 2018
Deadline for the second payment on account for tax year 2017/18.
5 October 2018
Register with HMRC if you have become self-employed, you should submit a CWF1 form to HMRC.
31 October 2018
Paper self-assessment tax returns need to be submitted to HMRC
31 December 2018
Online submission of self-assessment tax returns for the year ending 5 April 2017 to HMRC to collect PAYE tax codes where they owe less than £3000.
31 January 2019
Final date to submit your 2017/18 tax return.
31 January 2019
Deadline for paying your tax bull for year ending 2017/18, HMRC’s penalty for late filing is £100 as soon as you miss this date. The longer you leave it to resolve a late submission, the higher the fee goes up.
5 April 2019
End of tax year 2018/19.
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