Even though the Self-Assessment form is supposed to make it easy for you to complete your personal self assessment tax return yourself all those boxes to complete can be daunting.
When it comes to your own personal tax return or those for your business such as corporation tax, VAT or the ins and outs of the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) all this paperwork can be a major headache and take over your life.
If it’s all getting a bit too much for you, but you’re not ready for a fully-fledged accountancy service, you’ll find Virtual Tax UK offers a personalized service that will take the pressure off.
Returns are about making the correct declaration to H M Revenue & Customs as it can turn out to be quite a costly exercise if you get it wrong.
Feel free to contact us for a chat about how we can help alleviate any problems allowing you to get on with the daily running of your business or email us on
How many of you who have rented out your own car park space knew the consequences?
Did you know that renting out your own car space and receiving income from that source is deemed as taxable income, even if that means that by doing so you have to rent a space yourself.
Renting out your own car park space on your own driveway means you are responsible for declaring that income on your own personal self assessment tax return when you file it to H M Revenue and Customs. The entries should be made on the Land & Property pages
Remember to consider that should you enter into this type of arrangement make sure you prepare a contract and include a break clause in case the situation changes.
Starting a business new business venture is all well and good and has possibilities to provide you with a great living. However, all too many people start a business without doing their homework and believe that just because they love the idea have done no homework in making sure that there is a market for what they wish to offer.
Research is one of the fundamental considerations in any business if it is going to be fruitful, otherwise why bother it may as well remain a hobby.
Some people start their business from a passion with a hobby, but it is slow. The value in the slowness is insight into their customers and understanding what their customers want, smelling peak times and lean times.
Being able to smell a trend is also important as to what may be coming up for the line of business you are in. It helps you stay ahead of the curve.
If no one is prepared to pay you for what you are offering does this sound like a viable business or is the expectation of what you are offering perceived as if it should be free?
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A new directive soon to be released in the next few years on Capital Allowances on Commercial properties.
Training for my business commences with Simeon Parker on the 22nd November to help us stay ahead of the curve. If you want further information on this contact us through our website http//www.virtualtaxuk.com
Are you caliming the correct allowances?
When you decide to rent out a property you have a responsibility to yourself and the tenant to have in place a tenancy agreement which sets out you the “land lord” and the tennant, stating the terms of the agreement.
When you declare your rental income on your personal self assessment tax return you are required by the rules of H M Revenue & Customs to declare the rent received as per the agreement and not just the rent received in the tax year. For further insight and information on this you are welcome to contact me.
Just to remind you that HM Revenue & Customs are now sending out reminders about, filing your Self Assessment Tax return form for the year ended 05th April 2012.
The dates for filing your tax return are as follows:
Manual filing no later than 31st october 2012.
On line filing by 31st January 2012.
Hello I am Jane Cooper, the owner and professional expert on Self assessment. My role is to educate and provide you with a service and solutions to filing your tax return to H M Revenue and Customs on line and on time. Pay the correct amount of tax and not a penny more, calculate what tax is due, how to pay and when to pay it.
Unless you understand the Self assessment system, put the right details on your tax return, and file on time, you leave yourself open to a huge amount of unnecessary problems and penalties that have the potential to cost you where it hurts – in you pocket.
I provide solutions so that it does not happen to you!