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HMRC’s customer service levels deteriorate with call wait times increasing 31% in month

HMRC must prepare for busiest month with self-assessment deadline looming 

CJRS Claims deadline

With the nationwide lockdown coming to an end and tiers being re-introduced there are a lot of changes happening which may distract you from upcoming business support deadlines such as the CJRS Claims Deadline.

Don't be tricked this Halloween

When most people think of October 31st, ghosts, goblins and ghouls spring to mind.  

Don't be tricked this Halloween

When most people think of October 31st, ghosts, goblins and ghouls spring to mind.  

Tax diary October

October is a very busy time in the tax calendar, with critical filing dates.

Tax diary October

October is a very busy time in the tax calendar, with critical filing dates.

Two Months To Go!

​All UK taxpayers may benefit from pausing, taking a deep breath, and considering their planning options as we approach the run-down to yet another tax year end.

Two Months To Go!

​All UK taxpayers may benefit from pausing, taking a deep breath, and considering their planning options as we approach the run-down to yet another tax year end.

The deadline for paper tax returns is looming.... avoid these common mistakes

The countdown has begun for this years’ paper tax return, a crucial time for around 400,000 taxpayers who are self employed or those that receive other income that requires the submission of a tax return, which is normally rental income, or interest and dividend income that is liable to income tax at more than the basic rate. It is also necessary to submit a tax return if you have realised capital gains on which a tax liability arises, or if you have made a loss on the disposal of a capital asset that you want to carry forward to set against future gains.

The deadline for paper tax returns is looming.... avoid these common mistakes

The countdown has begun for this years’ paper tax return, a crucial time for around 400,000 taxpayers who are self employed or those that receive other income that requires the submission of a tax return, which is normally rental income, or interest and dividend income that is liable to income tax at more than the basic rate. It is also necessary to submit a tax return if you have realised capital gains on which a tax liability arises, or if you have made a loss on the disposal of a capital asset that you want to carry forward to set against future gains.