With self assessment season out of the way for a few months at least, February's time to take a breather and reflect on the tax return whirlwind that just passed.
HMRC reported a record-breaking self assessment season in 2014, with more than 93% of filers meeting both the online and paper deadlines.
It’s the last day to file your tax return.
Like a marathoner taking his last gruelling paces toward the finish line, the end of self assessment season beckons tonight with its 12pm deadline.
Like many practices, we have a few last minute "new" clients who need complete a tax return and file online by 31 Jan.
AccountingWEB is gearing up for the end of self assessment season alongside the practitioners that are currently dealing with it - and we want your insights from the front line.
January used to be the same old story for us year on year; too many tax returns to complete, clients submitting last minute books and not enough time in the day to
We're planning a team meal and drinks this Friday night as a reward for (hopefully! ) completing all our clients' self assessment returns.
I'm calculating very small payments/refunds with some clients, eg. 24p, £1.23
New client taken on who had been away from the UK for years and returned permanently in 2013/2014.
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