If you have any income that is not taxed at source it is likely that you will need to complete a Self Assessment Tax Return (SATR) or personal tax returns as they are more commonly known. The majority of taxpayers find tax returns to be complicated and completing them correctly is not always a straightforward task. 

In the first year of the regime alone, 775,000 taxpayers received £100 penalties for failing to submit their returns on time, and some 400,000 incurred further penalties because their returns were still outstanding six months later.

Despite attempts by HMRC to simplify the process, many taxpayers still find the process difficult to understand and it is easy to miss out on the available reliefs. 

How does a Self-Assessment Tax Return work?

You can fill out your Self-Assessment Tax Return form online. We will then collate your submission with the information from your account with us.

Once these two sets of information have been collated, we send it off to you electronically for approval. After you have approved the tax return, we file it with HMRC on your behalf.