If you’re renting a property out or have a lodger the tax man will want you to complete a tax return. We work with a whole spectrum of landlords. We’ll guide you through the process, and ensure you’re claiming all the right allowances and expenses.
If you work under the construction industry scheme you must complete a self assessment tax return. You’re also probably due a tax rebate. We’ve completed hundreds of tax returns for construction workers such as scaffolders, labourers and engineers.
Over the years we’ve helped thousands of self-employed individuals and freelancers from all over the UK with their self assessment tax return. From graphic designers and web developers to taxi drivers, decorators and plumbers, we’re here to help.
If you have a limited company you’ll need to file accounts at Companies House and with HMRC. You’ll also need to file a Corporation Tax Return. We act for hundreds of small businesses, preparing accounts and making sure they are submitted on time.
We have years of experience helping hundreds of company directors. Tax returns can be daunting, and if you get it wrong the penalties run into the thousands. That’s why our clients come to us – for the peace of mind that a professional is looking after their tax.
If you earn more than £100,000 you need to complete a tax return. Being on the wrong PAYE tax code can be costly. We work with our clients to prepare an accurate tax return and ensure they are paying the correct amount of tax through PAYE going forward.
Lots of people are choosing the contracting route, and whilst contracting has many advantages, getting it wrong can be costly. Our team provide a whole range of services to contractors from forming a company to payroll and IR35 compliance.
We understand partnerships and have years of experience looking after them. We can complete the partnership tax return, and tax returns for each of the individual partners. We’ll offer advise on what business expenses can be claimed and how to split profits.
If you have income or a capital gain in the UK you’ll need to complete a UK tax return. And seeking the right advice when you’ve sold a property or shares can make a huge difference to your tax bill and provide the peace of mind you’re looking for.