On average we save our self assessment customers £2k-£3k in tax deductable expenses for the year.
Talk to us for free about your situation and we’ll tell you honestly if we can save you money. No hard sell, just a chin wag about your options.
You’ll get an e-mail with our best price, worked out based on your situation and how long it takes us. We hate rip offs, so you only pay for what we actually do.
The price is fixed, meaning when we quote you that is all you’ll pay. There will never be any extra charges or hidden fees, what you see is what you get.
An easy-to-follow guide on how to provide your information. You can get it to us by post, e-mail or in person, whatever works for you.
Quick, electronic submission. We’ll write to you afterwards with all the info, and give you a heads up that it’s on the way.
Our price includes the most valuable thing we can offer: great advice. That means year on year you’ll continue to make savings and earn more money.
Legal requirements change all the time, but we’ll make sure you never get caught out and fined.
Do you need to submit a self assessment?
If any of the below sound like they apply to you, then yes you do. Give us a call if you’re unsure, or if you want to make sure you get it right and save some money!
- £2.5k or more in untaxed income (like tips)
- Savings/ investment income was more than £10k
- Income from dividends
- You made profit from selling things like shares or a second home and are liable to pay capital gains tax
- Company Director
- You’ve had income from abroad that you need to pay tax on
- You lived abroad and had a UK income
- Your taxable income was more than £100k
- Trustee of a pension scheme or trust
- You’ve had a P800 about underpaid tax last year and haven’t paid it through a tax code or voluntary payment
- Your state pension was more than your personal allowance and was the only source of income you had (unless your pension started on or after 6th April 2016)
All of these refer to the latest tax year, so the one you’d be sending the self assessment in for. Some other people need to submit one as well, like religious ministers or Lloyd’s underwriters, but usually only if you’ve had more than just your wages as a source of income.
If you’re still unsure, you can check here.