It’s mid-March; the skiing holidays have been taken, the feet put up and the work backlog tackled - so it’s time to start preparing for the January 2014 self asses
The number of “zombie” companies in the UK is on the increase, which many experts consider to be a threat to economic recovery.
I have analysed the tax returns that our firm filed throughout the 2011/12 self-assessment season according to the month filed and the result is no great surprise.
Many Accountingweb members have been sharing their self assessment season trials and tribulations with us - but now we're asking, what would you do differently next year?
AccountingWEB's associate editor Jennifer Adams has put aside the tax returns and is catching up on her reading - some of which calls to mind memories from the turn of the century.
Life after self assessment for most accountants appears to be dominated with catch-ups and recovery after the rigours of tax season.
HMRC received a record 9.61m tax returns this self assessment season, with a higher number filing online than in previous years.
I was reading the comments from the Sole Practitioner's blog post It's all over, and for all of
You've filed your last tax return, breathed a sigh of relief and put your feet up on your desk - it's finally all over for another year.
That's it folks... for another year!