The 5th and final (so far advised) grant from the government for self employed people impacted by Covid 19 (coronavirus) is now open and available to claim.
The 5th grant is different from the previous four as there are two levels available and the claimant needs to declare how trade as been negatively effected (reduced activity / capacity / demand) between 1st May 2021 to 30th Sept 2021. And requires that the 19/20 and 20/21 self assessments (personal tax returns) be filed.
There is also a relevant basis period applicable and a financial impact declaration (FID). This has caused a lot of members of the public confusion and worry on how to claim for this correctly and not make an incorrect that can be picked up by HMRC and asked to be paid back.
So we at Tax Affinity Accountants are here to help and support everyone who needs help with this regard. We can help complete the paperwork and documentation required to claim the 5th grant without the hassle and time spent trying to work out and worrying if you have declared everything correctly. Contact us via our online form here.
And because our company vision is to improve the financial life of every person in the world we are here to help anyone who needs help in this matter. So feel free to Contact Us via our online form.
By Anni Khan at Tax Affinity Accountants
Tax Affinity Accountants are experts Business, Tax and Accountancy. With branches in Worcester Park and Kingston upon Thames and Epsom and Ewell they are considered in the Industry to be expert business accountants and tax advisors for both individuals and small & medium sized businesses (SME's). Helping and supporting both individuals and limited company owners / self employed people throughout the UK and the world, they regularly help clients grow their business providing tailored advice and support. Their support has been considered invaluable by many clients and key to their success.
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