Tax Return Deadline is Approaching

It comes around almost as fast as Christmas, and here we are again. The 31 January 2018 marks the deadline for filing of the 2016/17 Self-Assessment Tax Return (SATR). Individuals who are required to submit a SATR include, the self-employed and some landlords, investors, company directors, high earners and people who have worked overseas. Those … Continue reading Tax Return Deadline is Approaching

Tax Return Deadline is Approaching

It comes around almost as fast as Christmas, and here we are again. The 31 January 2017 marks the deadline for filing of the 2015/16 Self-Assessment Tax Return (SATR). Individuals who are required to submit a SATR include, the self-employed and some landlords, investors, company directors, high earners and people who have worked overseas. Those … Continue reading Tax Return Deadline is Approaching

Biggest Deadline Day On Record!!

This year HMRC saw the biggest digital Self-Assessment event on record with 8.75 million of a total 10.2 million tax returns filed online by the 31st January deadline. HMRC’s Director General of Personal Tax, Ruth Owen called it “another record-breaking year for Self-Assessment with 210,000 more people filing their returns on time than last year. … Continue reading Biggest Deadline Day On Record!!

Time to catch up?

  HMRC are currently operating a “catch-up” campaign for people who have been served with a notice to complete  self assessment returns for 2011/2012 and prior years but have as yet failed to do so. To qualify you must first inform HMRC that you intend to take advantage of the campaign and you must then … Continue reading Time to catch up?

Working From Home

If you can cope with the relative social isolation and are not easily distracted by domestic issues, home-working offers a practical solution where it is not possible to carry out your duties at a business premises.   Working hours are flexible and can be fitted around family or other personal obligations, as well  saving on costs … Continue reading Working From Home

Is The Holiday Over For Furnished Holiday Lets?

It is that time of the year again when most of us are thinking about that all important break. For those of us lucky enough to own furnished holiday homes the taxman has just whipped the flake from our cornet. From 6 April 2012 it will now be much harder to have our lettings treated … Continue reading Is The Holiday Over For Furnished Holiday Lets?