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Self-Assessment Tax Return Leeds

We are currently completing self-assessments for the current tax year. The deadline for your online tax return and for payment of tax is normally due by January 31st.

Income tax is normally deducted automatically from a person’s wages, pensions and savings. Self-assessment is the system used by HMRC to collect tax from businesses and individuals with other means of income, via an online or paper tax return.

The team here at TAC can accurately prepare and file your HMRC self-assessment tax return. You’ll benefit from our wealth of accounting experience and expertise, helping you pay the right amount of tax. No matter how complex or simple your tax affairs, we’ll advise and help you so that you meet your HMRC self-assessment tax deadlines. This will help avoid any unnecessary mistakes and penalties.

If any of the following apply you need to submit a Self-Assessment:

  • Director of a limited company.
  • Self-employed.
  • Employed and earning more than £100,000.
  • Earning more than £50,000 and receiving child benefit.
  • Receiving property income.
  • Earning an income that hasn’t been taxed.

Return Early and Save!

The earlier you ask us to handle your self-assessment, the less you’ll pay.

Every year thousands of taxpayers leave filing their tax return to the last minute or after the deadline. HMRC’s penalty fee for late filing starts at £100 as soon as your self-assessment is overdue. This soon mounts up so the longer it takes to resolve a late submission, the more you will owe.

If you’re in unfortunate difficulties with HMRC over your personal tax we’ll go the extra mile to give you the help and advice you need to get back on track.

We are available to help you with all aspects of your Personal Tax

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Norway intends to provide value-added tax administrative relief measures to UK businesses in response to Brexit. [...]

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HM Revenue and Customs has confirmed that UK businesses who wish to pay their deferred VAT liabilities in installments will be able to decide a payment schedule early next year. [...]

More closely aligning UK capital gains tax (CGT) rates with income tax rates could raise significant revenues for the UK, a government-commissioned review has concluded. [...]

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