Sole traders and partnerships need to submit tax returns each year. Tax law can be complex – don’t get caught out!
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Self-Assessment tax returns must be submitted to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) on or before 31 January each year by sole traders and partnerships. Learn more about partnerships…
Preparing and submitting your tax returns shouldn’t be a last-minute rush. Planning in advance will ensure that you get it right and avoid costly penalties or fines.
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- Preparation of self-assessment tax return
- Calculation of all available allowances, reliefs, deductions and calculation of liability to income tax and national insurance contributions
- Submission to HMRC.
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