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What are Payments on Account?

Posted on: January 7th, 2013 by Hardeep No Comments

If you’ve completed a self-assessment tax return, or if you’re due to, you’ll probably have come across the term ‘payments on account’. But what are they exactly? And will you be required to pay them?   What Are Payments on Account? Payments on account are tax payments made in advance towards next year’s tax bill.Read more…

Personal Tax Return – Don’t miss the Deadline!

Posted on: December 5th, 2012 by Hardeep No Comments

We are sure at this time of year you would much rather be thinking about your work Christmas party or finishing off your Christmas shopping but with the personal tax return deadline fast approaching it is essential to get your Self Assessment filed before it’s too late.   Do I need to file a taxRead more…

Who Needs to Complete a Personal Tax Return?

Posted on: November 15th, 2012 by Hardeep No Comments

If you’re self-employed or you’re the director of a limited company, you will need to complete a personal tax return. It doesn’t matter how much you earn, how long you’ve been trading for or if it’s a second job; you won’t escape this requirement. Don’t Be Caught Out It’s not just contractors who will needRead more…

How to Register for Self-Assessment

Posted on: September 25th, 2012 by Hardeep No Comments

Should I register for self-assessment? If you have become a director of a Ltd company in the last tax year and have not completed a personal tax return previously then you will need to inform HMRC of your change of circumstance and that you need to complete one now. How do I register? You canRead more…

New Self Assessment Penalties

Posted on: January 9th, 2012 by Hardeep No Comments

The deadline to submit your 2010/11 Self Assessment tax return is fast approaching and it’s not just those who have tax to pay that should be worried. What’s new? New penalties brought in last year mean that anybody who submits their return after the 31 January deadline will receive a £100 penalty, regardless of howRead more…

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