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The 2021/22 new tax year starts today. We look at the grants, loans, changes and freezes you need to know about! Income Tax Self-Assessment Tax Return You can submit your 2020/21 tax return, now known as an ITSA (Income Tax Self Assessment) any time from now until 31st Janua...
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Allowance Changes As there was no Autumn Statement, the financial secretary to the Treasury announced a written ministerial statement in the House of Commons with details of the increase of the National Insurance thresholds. The 2020 Autumn Spending Review confirmed th...
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The self-assessment tax return deadline of 31st January has passed and there are still 1.8 million people yet to file. Whilst the payment deadline has been postponed to 28th February, tax returns still had to be filed by 31st January. Interest will be charged on the tax liab...
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With Less Than 2 Weeks To Go, HMRC Have Reported There Are Still A High Number Of Tax returns To Be Submitted

Earlier this month, HMRC have released some interesting tax return statistics: HMRC expects 12.1 million tax returns to be filed this yearAround 55% have already filed their returns by the beginning of January93% of these (6.2 million) were submitted onlineAlmost 18,000...
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The self-assessment tax return Income Tax payment on account due by 31st July, 2020 is allowed to be deferred to January 2021 under the UK government’s COVID-19 pandemic support. Here, we discuss whether it should be as obvious choice as it seems.

Overview Your tax return should still be filed on timeYou do not need to apply for the defermentTo take advantage, direct debit must be cancelledYou will not be charged penalties or interest for the deferral periodYou don’t have to be self-employed to defer In Depth Firstl...
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Self-Assessment Tax Return Filing and Payment On Account Deferment

If you are considering deferring your Income Tax payments on account due in July 2020 then you should also consider filing your tax return now.  If you believe you have if your profit is likely to be lower than last year your payment on account will have been calcu...
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HMRC announced on 16th March 2020 that they will no longer automatically send paper returns to encourage customers to use the online service to cut the unnecessary use of paper to be more environmentally friendly.  Last year, 94% of HMRC’s customers filed their return...
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Tribunal Accepts Employer Made Error On P60 But Fine Stands

With the tax return deadline drawing close we read with interest a report by accountingWeb on an employee who was fined by HMRC for submitting his tax return using his P60 which was issued by his employer, it was found that the employer had made an error on the P60. The trib...
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What is This Deadline?

If you're self-employed and pay your tax through payment on account, 31 July marks the deadline for your second payment. The amount you have to pay is based on your earnings for 2017-18. You must submit your tax return as you did in January.  'Payments on account’ are...
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It may be a surprise to learn that we have already written to our self-assessment tax return clients asking them to start thinking about their submissions and sending their paperwork to us as soon as possible and we have started to submit some of our early birds tax returns!...
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