self assessment

Self assessment are completed each year by the self employed and company directors. It ensures you pay the correct tax.

What is a Sole Trader

What is a sole trader? A sole trader definition is a person that sets up business on their own and do not work for another business. In the UK this is one of the most popular small business formations. A sole trader will also be self-employed and will need to register with HMRC. They can also be known as a freelance worker. There are many reasons…

Bookkeeping for Self Employed

Bookkeeping for Self Employed

Are you looking for bookkeeping for self employed? If you are either a sole trader or in a partnership, you will need to register as self-employed with HMRC. You will be required to complete a self assessment tax return on an annual basis. Read our information on registering as self employed. On a self-assessment tax return, unless you have profits over £85,000, you do not need…

Making Tax Digital for Business

Making tax digital for business will start affecting the smaller businesses which are not registered for VAT. It is expected to commence in April 2019. It is still unclear from HMRC if it will include all small businesses or if very small ones will be excluded. Small companies will have to submit their accounts online to HMRC quarterly, which is in line if you are VAT…

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Self Assessment Deadline for 2014

If you are self-employed the self assessment deadline for 2014 is fast approaching. If you run your own business, it can be very difficult finding the time to complete your accounts on time and filing the documentation to HMRC. For the year ending 5th April 2013, the deadline date is 31st January 2014. Even if you have filed your return don’t forget to make the payment…