Our website uses cookies to store information on your computer. You may delete and block all cookies from this site, but parts of the site will not work as a result. Find out more about how we use cookies.
(Do not show this message again)
Shout99 - News matters for freelancers
Search Shout99 - News matters for freelancers
(Advanced Search)
   Join Shout99  About Shout99   Sitemap   Contact Shout99 16th Jan 2018
Forgot your password?
Shout99 - Freelancers, FO35, Section 660
New Users Click Here
Shout99 - Freelancers, FO35, Section 660
Shout99 - Freelancers, FO35, Section 660
Front Page
News...
Freelancers' Shop...
Ask an Expert...
Letters
Direct Contracts
Press Links
Question Time
The Clubhouse
Conference Hall...
News from Partners
Accountants

Login
Sitemap

Business Links

Shout99 - Freelancers, FO35, Section 660

Freelancers' Shop

Personal Financial Services
from ContractorFinancials

Mortgages

Pensions

ISAs

Income protection

... and more special offers for Shout99 readers in the Freelancers' Shop

Shout99 - Freelancers, FO35, Section 660
  
Shout99 - Freelancers, FO35, Section 660

News for the
Construction Industry

Hardhatter.com - News for small businesses in the construction industry

Powered by
Powered by Novacaster
Advertisement
Brookson

Avoid a January hangover for tax self-assessment
by Susie Hughes at 11:49 18/12/17 (News on Business)
As the UK prepares for Christmas and the New Year, freelancers and small business owners are reminded not to leave tax self-assessment too late in January.
Advertisement
Chas Roy-Chowdhury, head of tax at accountancy body, ACCA, said: "With the self-assessment deadline on January 31 it can be tempting to put off registration and preparation until well into the New Year.

"Yet leaving it to the deadline can lead to an unfortunate January hangover, in addition to paying off Christmas expenses. It also means that eligible taxpayers may miss the December 30 deadline for automatic deductions, which reduces the ability to make the choice which is right for you.

"If you are looking to wait, do remember that online tax returns are due by midnight on the January 31 2018. You should aim to register at least two weeks beforehand to allow enough time to complete the registration process."


--
If you wish to comment on this article, please log in and use the Reply button below. Registering is free and easy - see 'Join Shout99'.
-
Susie Hughes Shout99 2017

Printer Version

Mail this to a friend

Copyright 1999-2015, Shout99.com | All Rights Reserved | Legal Notice
 

Advertisements
advert
advert
advert
advert