Our Tax Return on-line service is a perfect fit for sole traders, smaller business, CIS workers, and individuals; our rapid online tax returns service offers unbeatable value for money, with the assurance your return will be fully assessed by a qualified accountant to highlight ways you could save money.
Tax Return On-Line – How It Works
Step 1 – Complete the simple form below
Step 2 – Provide Information
Your tax adviser will take the time to understand your particular situation, and request relevant information necessary to complete your self assessment tax return. We understand your time is valuable, and to make the process as easy as possible, we will request necessary information by email. We can of course be reached by telephone if you have any questions, or would be prefer to give information over the phone.
Step 3 – We complete and file
Once we have received all your information, your tax adviser will analyse your tax situation. When the analysis is complete we will contact you and let you know if you have a tax liability, any rebate you should could claim, and rebate information you may not have considered applicable to your situation previously.
We want you to save as much money as possible, providing excellent service at the best value, we know you will use our Tax Return On-Line service year after year.
Simply complete this form, and see how much we can save you, today
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Information from HMRC…
Registering and sending a return
You need to register if you did not send a tax return last year. There are different ways to register if you’re:
- self-employed or a sole trader
- not self-employed
- registering a partner or partnership
If you’re new to Self Assessment, you’ll need to keep records (for example bank statements or receipts) so you can fill in your tax return correctly.
Sending your return
Once you’ve registered, you can send your tax return online, or use commercial software or paper forms. You then have to pay your bill by the deadline.
You can get help filling in your return.
Using commercial software or paper forms
You can send a return using commercial software or paper forms.
You must use one of these options to send returns:
- for a partnership
- for a trust and estate
- if you get income from a trust
- if you lived abroad as a non-resident
- if you’re a Lloyd’s underwriter
- if you’re a religious minister
- to report profits made on selling or disposing of more than one asset (‘chargeable gains’)
You must use a paper form if you need to send a tax return for trustees of registered pension schemes (SA970).
The deadline for paper forms is 31 October (or 31 January if you’re a trustee of a registered pension scheme or a non-resident company).