Category: Tax Returns

Don’t delay – Submit your tax return today!

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Sole traders across the UK will notice letters from the taxman dropping through their letterboxes in the days ahead, reminding them that the tax year has ended and it’s now time to file their Self-Assessment Tax Return. Of course, the

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Accountants: Not just here for Tax Returns!

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January, the time when everyone gets themselves in a tiz about their self-assessment tax returns. But imagine you had someone on hand all year, not just January, keeping on top of your numbers, making sure you keep more of the

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Don’t be afraid of… TAX Returns!!

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Halloween is just days away, so what are you most scared of? Ghosts, ghouls, and things that go bump in the night? Or could it be that you’re more afraid of submitting your paper tax return!!   If you are

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Self-Assessment Tax Return Mistakes and How to Avoid Them.

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There are a number of common tax return mistakes that can hold things up (possibly leading to a penalty fee), cause you problems or even prompt HMRC to look more closely at you. So it’s best to be aware of

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Digital Tax is here (well almost!)

Digital Tax is here, and it means the end of the tax return as we know it. How you report your earnings and how you pay your tax is all about to change. The Governments aim is for HMRC to

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Bloggers – feeling accounts pain?

Calling all Bloggers out there. Does the world of accounts and tax make you tear your hair out in blog induced pain? Does your creative flair mean that all thoughts of numbers gets pushed to one side? If so, we’re

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Did you receive Child Benefit in 2012/13 and are a higher rate taxpayer?

If you haven’t already done so, you need to register with HMRC to complete a self assessment tax return by 5th October in order to pay the High Income Child Benefit tax charge. Our friends at HMRC are threatening penalty

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BUDGET 2011 – SOME GOOD NEWS

Having reviewed the Budget Press Releases and course notes in great detail it can be summarised by what is given in one hand is taken away by the other.

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January celebrations – and a way to avoid a 5% penalty from HMRC in February

Another 31st January, another tax return season done and dusted.  The famous paper chain countdown in Gillian and Ian’s office is now stripped bare, we’ve been to see The Kings Speech (how utterly amazing are the actors?) and the long

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