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Posts Tagged ‘self assessment’

Now that the dust has settled on the Budget 2015…

What does it actually mean for individuals? The Minimum Wage The current rate for people over 21 is £6.50 p/h.  The new rate in 2016 will be the ‘living wage’ for those over 25 and will be set at £7.20 from April 2016 rising to £9.00 by 2020. At this stage it is unclear how[...] Read more »

Getting your tax return done is a numbers game

When it’s this late in January and you haven’t yet submitted your self-assessment tax return, it can feel like HMRC is breathing down your neck.  It’s not too late to get your figures to the taxman but you do need to be quick and thorough to avoid the automatic £100 fine. Remember; even if you[...] Read more »

All I want for Christmas is a Government Gateway reference number

The frosts are getting harder, there’s a chill in the air and we are all starting to turn our minds urgently to that special time of year. That’s right – it’s nearly time for those without an accountant to submit an online Self Assessment tax return! This is a critical time for those running small[...] Read more »

Late Outstanding Tax Returns?

Take advantage of HMRC’s new campaign “My Tax Return Catch Up” – see below for details. Want an accountant to act on your behalf call Coastal Tax and Accountancy 01273 420127 for professional and friendly help with your tax affairs. Update from HMRC website: HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) are offering you a quick and[...] Read more »