Deadline: 31st October 2017 for Paper Tax Returns
For everyone already registered with HMRC for the tax year 6/4/2016 to 5/4/2017 they are required to submit their paper tax return by the 31st October 2017. And then to pay all tax and National Insurance payments for that period by the 31/1/18.
So if you have to declare a tax return for 2016/17 year then we urgently recommend you contact a reputable and experienced tax accountant like Tax Affinity Accountants (one of the most highly recommend companies in the accounting industry) as soon as possible.
It is of course possible to submit a tax return yourself and HMRC will direct you to do this, but what they purposefully fail to clarify is what various expenses and industry specific allowances are allowed to be claimed as legitimate deductions to help decrease your tax bill.
And a good accountant, as any successful entreprenur will tell you, is usually worth his/her weight in gold when it comes to getting your numbers right and paying the correct and least amount of tax.
At Tax Affinity Accountants our motto is that 'an accountant should legally save you far more in tax than they should ever be charging for their service' ensuring every client gets the very best service at a fair and reasonable cost. So our service more than pays for itself for all our clients.
So if you have to do a 2016/17 tax return (or any other year) and would like us to help you. Or are already one of our very satisfied customers then please get in touch with us as soon as possible and avoid the late rush and have the most time put into your accounts.
By Anni Khan at Tax Affinity Accountants
Tax Affinity Accountants are experts in Tax and Accountancy. With branches in Worcester Park, Kingston upon Thames, Cheam, and Surbiton they are considered in the Industry to be expert accountants and tax advisors for small businesses. Helping and supporting companies, contractors and self employed people throughout the UK, they regularly help clients with their payroll and pension. And help grow their business by providing tailored advice.
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