Concluding a self-assessment tax return can be a stressful, complicated and time-consuming task particularly with ever changing tax legislation. HMRC confirmed that one in four tax returns are calculated incorrectly and over 1 million people a year are fined for failing to conclude a return correctly or not completing at all.

The most common reasons for having to conclude tax return are as follows:

  • You are self employed
  • You are a company director
  • You are a partner in a partnership
  • You pay tax through the construction industry Scheme
  • You have let property or land income
  • You have sold an asset such as a second home
  • You have savings or investment income
  • You have income from overseas

At Shires Accountants we can:

  • Correctly complete your tax return
  • Minimise your tax liability by claiming all appropriate allowances
  • Reclaim any tax rebate due to you
  • File the return online on your behalf
  • Liaise with HMRC on your behalf
  • Inform you how much (if any) to pay and when

As part of our self assessment tax return service, we will analyse your income and expenditure to see where any tax savings can be made, also we will review and address any irregularities before the return is submitted.

We offer a free no obligation meeting or quotation and would welcome the opportunity to discuss any requirements you may have. Call us on 01270 820 273 or click to Get in touch.

What you will receive from Shires Accountants

  • A fixed cost
  • All your figures compiled
  • Your final tax liability (if any) calculated
  • Your tax return and all necessary schedules Concluded
  • Your return filed online
  • Confirmation of tax & NI payable (if any) and when they are due
  • A full copy of your return and explanatory notes
  • Deal with the HMRC on your behalf
  • Be available for all your tax queries and questions

HMRC staff will not offer you any advice on minimise your tax or how to make use of the appropriate allowances to reduce your personal tax position. Therefore, if you want to make sure you are minimising the amount of tax you pay, you should talk to us. Also by using a professional accountancy firm such as Shires Accountants you will minimise the risk of HMRC making enquirers into your tax affairs.

It makes sense to talk to us and we would welcome the opportunity to discuss any requirements you may have. Call us on 01270 820 273 or click to Get in touch.


Legislation change: from 06 April 2020 property Capital Gains must be reported to HM Revenue within 30 days of the date of disposal along with details added to the tax return at year end. If you are unsure about Capital Gains Tax and need advice please contact us on 01270 820273.


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