Self-Assessment Filing Deadline

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There’s just 1 week left to file your Self Assessment tax returns.

The Self Assessment filing deadline is getting close! Do you need help? Are you struggling to calculate your tax due? Confused with what allowances you can claim? If you have answered YES to any of these questions then give us a call.

Let us take the stress away from the boring calculations. Our team of professionals will complete your tax returns in time to meet the filing deadline.

It doesn’t matter what type of income you have.

  • PAYE income;
  • An investment portfolio;
  • Properties; or
  • Other forms of business income with complex workings

We can deliver a professional and complete service which you will be sure to rely on in years to come.

Register for Self Assessment

Do you need to complete a tax return but do not have a UTR – Unique Tax Reference?

You can register yourself by visiting HMRC and accessing your Personal Tax Account.

Alternatively, we can register you and assist in getting all of your self-assessment tax affairs in order.

Pause on Penalties

HMRC have advised that they will not issue any late filing or payment penalties for tax returns that are submitted after the normal filing deadline. However, your tax return must be submitted by 28th February 2022.

Interest will still be charged for payments made after 31st January 2022.

How can Onyx Help

Please visit us at www.onyx.accountants or pop into one of our offices where a member of our team will be waiting to assist you.

Contact us on 0121 753 5522 for Birmingham or 01902 759 800 for Wolverhampton to arrange a free consultation.

Get in touch with us for a FREE no obligation consultation

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