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Here’s the thing: many people don’t understand the complexity associated with tax returns.

They are often not registered to submit tax returns.

Sometimes, they file it all wrong and pay severe penalties.

Sometimes, they miss meeting the deadline.

Moreover, tax legislation is constantly changing, and keeping up with it is increasingly difficult.

The struggle is real — we get it!

Completing Self-Assessment tax returns can be confusing.

At 3E’S, we save our clients’ time and money by handling their Self-Assessments in a manner that leaves them carefree.

We will analyse your income and expenditure and ensure your tax return is fully compliant.

What you get with 3E’S Self-Assessment tax return services

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We could throw a long list of reasons at you for working with us. But we’ll stick with a few:

Our efficient Self Assessment services help streamline your tax filing process.

Our Self Assessment services provide critical financial insights, aiding in personal tax strategy and planning.

With 3E’S, your financial Self Assessment is in the most capable hands.

Get the best Self Assessment help without the high costs, ensuring value with every service.

We handle the complexities of Self Assessment, allowing you to focus on personal and business growth.

Frequently asked questions

You need to file a Self Assessment tax return if:

  • You have rental income
  • You receive foreign income
  • You are self-employed or a sole trader
  • You are a partner in a business partnership
  • You need to claim income tax reliefs or allowances
  • You have savings, investments, or dividends over a certain amount
  • You are a company director (unless you only receive income from PAYE)
  • You receive income from other sources that hasn’t been taxed (e.g., tips and commission)
  • If you or your partner receive child benefit and earn over £60,000 per annum.

The key deadlines for submitting a Self Assessment tax return are:

  • Paper tax returns: 31 October following the end of the tax year
  • Online tax returns: 31 January following the end of the tax year
  • Payment of tax owed: 31 January following the end of the tax year
  • Advance tax payment: 31 July for making second payment on the account

Missing the Self Assessment tax return deadline can result in penalties and interest charges. The penalties are as follows:

  • 1 day late: £100 fixed penalty
  • 3 months late: £10 per day up to a maximum of £900
  • 6 months late: Additional £300 or 5% of the tax due, whichever is higher
  • 12 months late: Further £300 or 5% of the tax due, whichever is higher

Interest is also charged on any unpaid tax from the due date until the date of payment.

If you make a mistake on your Self Assessment tax return, you can amend it within 12 months from the filing deadline. To correct an error, you can:

  • Log in to your HMRC online account and make the changes online
  • Send a paper amendment if you filed a paper return
  • Write to HMRC with details of the correction

If HMRC discovers an error after the amendment period, you may face additional penalties and interest.

To complete your Self Assessment tax return, you will need:

  • National Insurance number
  • Bank statements and receipts
  • Invoices and expense records
  • Unique Taxpayer Reference (UTR)
  • P60 and P45 forms (if applicable)
  • Information on any taxable benefits
  • Records of any tax reliefs or allowances
  • Pension contributions and charitable donations
  • Details of your income (self-employment, rental income, savings, dividends)

You can pay the tax owed through various method:

  • At your bank (using a paying-in slip)
  • Cheque (by post, payable to HMRC only)
  • Bank transfer (online or telephone banking)
  • Debit or credit card (online via the HMRC website)
  • Direct Debit (set up through your HMRC online account)

Make sure to pay by the 31 January deadline to avoid interest and penalties.

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