[As at 24 January 2022]: This is the final week in the run-up to the Self Assessment tax return and tax payment deadline. Miss the deadline (31st January) and usually you’d be in for a £100 HMRC fine right away. This year, however, HMRC are giving tax-payers extra time before issuing a ‘late filing’ penalty but interest will still be charged from 1 February, as usual, if tax is not paid by midnight on 31 January (rules apply). Even with the extra period of grace time is still short, so contact Taxfile for help with your tax return as soon as possible please. Book an appointment* with one of our helpful tax advisors and accountancy experts TODAY — we’ll make it easy!
We’ll make filling in and filing your tax return a breeze!
We’re open 6 DAYS A WEEK in January (by appointment*). Don’t leave it to the last minute, though, as there is always a bottleneck — come in as soon as you can, please, for professional help with filing of your tax return. We’ll require your records, figures and receipts for the financial year 6 April 2020 to 5 April 2021. Plus any previous years not yet submitted, if applicable.
* As well as a face-to-face meeting, we can do a ‘virtual’ meeting with you, for example using Zoom video, Microsoft Teams, FaceTime, WhatsApp, Google Hangouts — or whatever suits you best.
It doesn’t matter if you have zero tax to pay – you still need to submit your tax return.
* Please note: in extremely busy times such as January, a deposit may be required before commencement of appointments.