Collaborative web portals are now becoming an accepted feature of accountancy practice.
With the passing of the self assessment deadline last Friday, AccountingWEB members are already tidying away the tax detritus and considering their priorities fo
Reports are coming through of a return of the highly lucrative bogus tax refund scam.
However many reminders we sent out during the year the numbers of clients bringing papers in at the last minute (any time after Christmas) was far too many.
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.
Like a marathoner taking his last gruelling paces toward the finish line, the end of self assessment season beckons tonight with its 12pm deadline.
So as the last self assessment tax form fires over from your computer to land on HMRC's side of the fence - what to do now?
1. Tidy office :)
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.
With self assessment season on the horizon and client information trickling in, John Stokdyk and Rachael Power look for new ways to tackle incomplete records jobs.
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
- Incomplete records: New approaches to an old problem 7,506 26
- Self assessment: How was it? 4,496 25
- Return of the phantom filers 4,485 14
- Tax practitioners go back to the grindstone 4,134 8
- Self assessment survivors 2,743 41