Personal Tax Returns
(Self Assessment Tax Return – form SA100)
The self-assessment tax return (SATR) regime requires taxpayers to self-assess the amount of tax they need to pay. The SATR is itself a legal declaration of a taxpayers income and capital gains in any one given tax year, which runs from 6th April through to the following 5th April.
Most employed people will have the majority of their tax payable deducted at source through their monthly/weekly payslips. However, if they have other income or gains such as investment income, rental income from say a buy to let property or gains from share sales, they may need to pay considerably more tax at specified times.
The self-employed, partners of partnerships and directors of companies are all likely to have SATR’s to complete. Tax on their assessed income and gains will normally be payable in advance following the payments on account system at specified times during the year.
Each year there has been a constant stream of changes to the tax legislation. Keeping abreast of the changes is time consuming and changes to the legislation can be difficult to understand.
We can act as your tax agent and assist you in the preparation of your SATR which can save you considerable time and effort, to do this we have developed our own special SATR information form for you to complete. From the information recorded on the form we will prepare and review your SATR making the whole process easy for you.
This will give you confidence that your SATR is completed professionally and accurately. In addition we will provide you with a detailed tax computation of your SATR and written advice of what tax to pay and when to pay it.
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