Five points to consider when approaching your online tax return

It’s that time of year when you really want to tidy up your accounts, shut the laptop and head to the hills. However, there is one thing we’d like to remind you about before you go. Your UK tax return online submission deadline is 31 January 2018.

We can only imagine this news lands in your lap like an unexpected bowl of spaghetti, but imagine how good you will feel once you have made a plan and all is on course. The turkey will carve a little sweeter and your financial year ahead will be about opportunity and growth rather than avoidance behaviours and dread.

Gary Watton, from Premier Assignments, one of our marketing partner clients, has kindly offered a few points to consider:

* Is the process and allocation code entries simple?
* Do I have enough time?
* Do I understand what I am allowed to deduct from my total tax?
* Am I taking the right credit rebates into account?
* If I approach a Tax Advisor, how do I detect credibility, and what would I be paying for?

Gary says, “Under expert guidance, the process of entering and submitting your tax can be made simple, seamless and easy.”

Gary and his wife Jill have twenty-years of experience in tax from both SA and UK. If you need someone to walk you through the process, they are set up to help Southern Africans, based both in the UK, abroad and back in SA. Click here for more information or give them a call on 077 531 46352 (UK) for any queries you may have.

Premier Assignments are tax practitioners registered and approved by HMRC to practice tax law in The United Kingdom. They assist clients with all tax-related matters and help them to navigate the complex British tax system.


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