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Life’s too short to worry about filing your annual tax return. Let Lyel Accountants minimise that stress and do it for you instead!
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As you know, in the UK, every individual is responsible for ensuring they pay the right amount of tax to HMRC. This is done by completing a Self Assessment or personal tax return and is a legal obligation.

You are required to file Self Assessment returns if:
  • You are self-employed
  • You are a company director
  • You are a partner in a partnership
  • You are getting income from abroad
  • You own property or land that is being let
  • You have untaxed savings or investment income
  • You’ve lived or worked abroad or aren’t based in the UK
  • You’ve sold or given away an asset, such as shares or a holiday home
  • Your household receives child benefits, and you have income that exceeds £50,000
  • You have a large amount of savings or investment income (threshold as specified by HMRC)
Your Self Assessment tax return deadline is January 31, and preparing all the necessary documents on your own can be confusing if you aren’t used to it. Not to worry! Whether you’re a self-employed individual, a company director or a contractor under the CIS scheme, we at Lyel Accountants are happy to handle your Self Assessment returns. Get in touch
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HMRC penalties for delaying your Self Assessment tax filing start right after the deadline, so you’ll definitely want to submit everything in advance! At Lyel Accountants, our experienced tax specialists will ensure that your returns are handled perfectly.

We can handle all the online submissions for you and ensure everything is done well before the deadline, so you avoid getting any fines. Here at Lyel Accountants, our team of tax specialists can look after your tax requirements whether you are from Leeds, Bradford, Huddersfield, Halifax, Wakefield, Sheffield and the rest of the UK. Among the services we provide include the following:
  • Confirming your tax status (i.e. whether or not you have to file a self-assessment return)
  • Preparing your tax returns with comprehensive explanatory notes for your benefit
  • Registering you for self-assessment if it’s your first time
  • Explaining the financial records you’ll need to maintain
  • Identifying any tax deductions you are eligible for
  • Ensuring all your sources of income are declared
  • Keeping full digital records for your reference
  • Submitting your returns to HMRC
No matter how complex or simple your tax affairs, benefit from our wealth of accounting experience and expertise and pay the right amount of tax. Speak to our Self Assessment tax advisor today! Get in touch

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