Now updated with January, February and March dates. Here is a list of important tax dates and deadlines for the coming months.
No £100 fine for late self-assessment if it is made before February 28th- but taxes due will still be hit with interest.
Here we show just how much a late return and /or a late payment on your self-assessment could cost you.
Previous years unused pension allowances can be carried forward so you can exceed the £40,000 tax free limit this year.
While the annual Office Christmas Party may be scaled down, abandoned or moved online this year, there are other tax free ways to reward your employees and directors after a tough year for all.
If you’re self-employed, the latest U-turn in government policy could well benefit you. Instead of ending on the 1st October 2020, the Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) is extending to April 2021.
Do you need to complete an April 19 to April 20 tax return?
Rishi Sunak got to splash the cash again today. Here are the main points from today's Statement
The first grant under SEISS covers three months and must be claimed by 13th July.
Some guidance on COVID caused deferral of taxes, due on the 31st July.
Are you making the most of your tax-free allowances?
The advantages of filing your 19/20 tax return now.
April 1st brings the annual increase in the Minimum Wage rates.
Details of the help announced for the Self Employed by the Chancellor on the 26th March 2020.
27/03/20 You have 4 weeks left to file your 18/19 tax return to enable you to access the Self Employed Income Support Scheme.
You have 4 weeks left to file your 18/19 tax return to enable you to access the Self-employed Income Support Scheme.
How to navigate HMRC's Let Property Campaign
Main features of the business and wage response measures announced by the Chancellor on Fri March 20th. Updated March 26th.
Here are the Highlights from today's Budget announcements. A more detailed review will be available very soon.
We’re getting closer to the 6th April. The new tax year is a chance to take stock and evaluate your current business processes. How can you save yourself time and money for the new tax year?
A Unique Taxpayer Reference (UTR) number is required by all sole traders, partnerships and limited companies in the UK. It’s unique to that individual or organisation and remains unchanged forever.
Could you be better off financially by changing from a sole trader to a limited company? Let's take a look at an example.