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Academies accounts return

The academies accounts return (AR) online form is now live for users to complete and submit their trust’s return by the deadline of 23 February 2021.

Self Assessment Update

On Friday 1st February, HMRC announced that over 93% of taxpayers filed their self-assessment tax returns on time and before the 31st January deadline.

Self Assessment Update

On Friday 1st February, HMRC announced that over 93% of taxpayers filed their self-assessment tax returns on time and before the 31st January deadline.

Self Assessment Update

On Friday 1st February, HMRC announced that over 93% of taxpayers filed their self-assessment tax returns on time and before the 31st January deadline.

Have you received a PPI refund?

If you have received a refund from a PPI claim, the premiums refunded are not taxable. However, many successful claims are being paid out with a simple 8% interest to compensate the time you were without the benefit of your money.  

Have you received a PPI refund?

If you have received a refund from a PPI claim, the premiums refunded are not taxable. However, many successful claims are being paid out with a simple 8% interest to compensate the time you were without the benefit of your money.  

Reporting tips for building contractors

HMRC recently published a list of helpful reminders regarding the submission of monthly returns to HMRC. This article lists some of the points highlighted.  

Reporting tips for building contractors

HMRC recently published a list of helpful reminders regarding the submission of monthly returns to HMRC. This article lists some of the points highlighted.  

4 common mistakes to avoid when submitting your paper tax return

The countdown has begun for this years’ paper tax return, a crucial time for around 10 miilion taxpayers who are either self employed or  receive other income that requires the submission of a tax return, which is normally rental income,  interest or dividend income. It is also necessary to submit a tax return if you have realized 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.

4 common mistakes to avoid when submitting your paper tax return

The countdown has begun for this years’ paper tax return, a crucial time for around 10 miilion taxpayers who are either self employed or  receive other income that requires the submission of a tax return, which is normally rental income,  interest or dividend income. It is also necessary to submit a tax return if you have realized 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 to register for Self Assessment Tax Returns is looming....

With the clampdown being tighter than ever and the deadline for registration on the 5th October is looming....here at Moore (South) LLP we have compiled an article packed with information, for those that are registering for their first Self Assessment Tax return, or for those that are just not too familiar with the process.

The deadline to register for Self Assessment Tax Returns is looming....

With the clampdown being tighter than ever and the deadline for registration on the 5th October is looming....here at Moore (South) LLP we have compiled an article packed with information, for those that are registering for their first Self Assessment Tax return, or for those that are just not too familiar with the process.