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End of Tax Year planning;
Use your Allowances to reduce your tax bill (Updated for 2021/22)
Last minute Tax Planning. Our guide to what annual allowances you have and how to use them to reduce your tax bill.
The Self Assesment extension and what it means to you?
If you missed the 31st of January filling and payment date for your return, you may want to read this article.
A breakdown of late Self-Assessment fines and penalties
Here we show just how much a late return and /or a late payment on your self-assessment could cost you.
Last Minute Tax Return Guide- Get it Over the Line, on Time!
Left your Self-Assessment tax return to the last minute? Don't fear, ListenToTaxman's Last Minute Filing Guide is here.
Self-Assessment Guide by Listentotaxman
Our guide to making your online self-assessment return with tips on reducing your tax bill and avoiding fines.
Who needs a UTR number anyway?
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.
Self-Assessment, Expenses you can claim back as an employee
Wondering what everyday work expenses you can claim back on your self-assessment form? Here are some expenses that a PAYE paying employee can claim. Note these can also be backdated.
Working from home - allowances for the self-employed (updated for 21/22)
Self-employed guide to claiming allowances for working at home
Self-Employed Expenses made Simple
This guide explains what expenses can be used to reduce your tax bill. There may be a few you had not thought of!
Making Money Online: When A Hobby Becomes Taxable Income
Wondering about the tax implications of a hobby? When do you need to let HMRC know?
Tax implications of the SEISS- Getting To Grips With Grants and your Self Assessment
How will the Self-Employed Income Support Scheme impact your next Self Assessment return?
Guide to Personal Savings Allowance
How much interest on savings can you earn each year, before you have to pay tax?
HMRC extend Self-assessment deadline. Extended to February 28th due to Covid.
No £100 fine for late self-assessment if it is made before February 28th- but taxes due will still be hit with interest.
Carrying forward previously unused pension allowance to use this year
Previous years unused pension allowances can be carried forward so you can exceed the £40,000 tax free limit this year.
1 good reason to complete your Self Assessment over the holidays
Complete your self assessment form online before the 30th December and if your tax bill is less than £3,000 you can have your payments spread throughout the year rather than in one lump sum on Jan 31st
Self Employed- The end of the traditional Self Assessment return is nigh
HMRC extend Making Tax Digital rules to all VAT registered and Self Assessment returns starting 2023.
Self Assessment Advice For Returning Expats
Considerations that expats should make when returning to the UK.
Self Assessment - why file your 19/20 tax return NOW? Why not just leave it?
The advantages of filing your 19/20 tax return now.
A Guide To Self Assessments For Taxi Drivers 20/21
Taxi Drivers are expected to accurately report their income while simultaneously submitting evidence of fuel and maintenance fees – often resulting in a last-minute search for invoices and receipts.
Start The New Year Right – File Today
January 31st marks the deadline for your Self Assessment tax return. If you have yet to submit, it’s now more important than ever to prepare your documentation and receipts – and get back to earning. COVID update 2020 deadline changed to 28th of February.
Stress-less tax returns (well almost)
Dreading January? As a self-employed sole trader, we’re going to guess that’s a yes – unless you’ve managed to file your Self-Assessment tax return already. Getting this monumental task completed early is no mean feat. But it is possible to get through the tax season without experiencing a stressful sprint to 31st January.
Are You Declaring All Of Your Earnings To HMRC?
Our guide to help you declare all additional income to HMRC. Not doing so can end up being an expensive mistake.
Company car tax for business owners
What are the tax implications of buying a company car from a tax perspective? Take a look at our indepth analysis.