As usual each year, our office is closed from 23/12/2022 to 03/01/2023 for annual leave and the Christmas break. Feel free to email us in the meanwhile and we will get back to you as soon as we can when we reopen. Wishing you all the best for the festive season and a happy new…
If you need to pay your self assessment income tax to HMRC online please see the following methods:
Please see attached our update on the recent announcements by the chancellor. Should you have any questions on anything specific feel free to drop us an email.
The Self Assessment tax return deadline is approaching. If not yet submitted, all tax returns need to be submitted by 31 January 2021.
If you haven’t yet sent us the information yet, please do so by the 15th of December 2020 so we can get this done for you. See the attached checklist for the information we will require.
You are receiving this email to let you know that if you were eligible the first time, you can now claim your second SEISS payment from HMRC. If you were not eligible the first time, then the rest of this email won’t apply to you (you can check eligibility using the same link below). The process is the same as you would have done last time, you will need to use your UTR and login details to do this. The amount this time is reduced by 10% to 70%. You also need to meet the eligibility criteria for this claim by being adversely affected.
Please see attached our latest client update for the Covid-19 government support available.
Please see attached our latest guidance Covid-19 government support for businesses and self-employed individuals. Please do read through the guidance first, and if you would like further assistance please get in touch by email only and let us know which areas you would like assistance with.
Please see the attached update and guidance.
If you need to pay your self assessment income tax to HMRC online please click on the link below:
Debit/Credit Card Payment:
Use your 10-digit Unique Taxpayer Reference (UTR) followed by the letter ‘K’ as your payment reference. You’ll find it on the payslip HMRC sent you or call us and we will give this to you.
Tax Returns are due for the year ended 5 April 2017. Please find here a checklist for the information we require from you to complete your returns (if we haven’t told you we have already). Please bring this information in when you can so we can get your returns submitted.