2020 was the year that none of us expected. With Coronavirus, furlough, and lockdown you may forgotten all about your tax return for 2019/20. If you are one of the many that have forgotten, don’t worry – our guide will provide key advice for you to help you meet that deadline on 31 January 2021.

You can download the full guide here –

Earlier in the year, the government introduced several measures to help with the crisis, some of which included deferring deadlines and dates for self-assessment.

According to the Office of National Statistics, around 151,000 people registered as self-employed since 6 April 2019. You may be new to self-employment, or have done so for many years, but our guide will act as a reminder and a great place to start.

Our guide includes;

  • Registering for Self-Assessment –  Do I need to register?
  • October Paper Deadline – What is the deadline for paper submissions?
  • July and January Payment on Account – Why are there two?
  • Deadline and Penalties – What happens if you don’t file on time?
  • Expert Advice – Who can help?

You can download the full guide here

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