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Posts Tagged ‘tax return’

Happy New ‘Tax’ Year!?

Well the new tax year is almost upon us, and that means your 2011 self assessment tax returns (or notices to complete a return) will be dropping through your letterboxes in around a week or so’s time. As its a New (tax) Year isn’t it time you made a New Year’s resolution? Let Merlin take[...] Read more »

2011 Self Assessment Tax Returns . . .

. . . completed for you and filed online on your behalf, from as little as £99.00 for a basic return (basic means no supplementary pages and limited sources of income to summarise and report). Prices on application for more complex returns. Tax Returns   Sign up to receive the monthly Tax Tips & News[...] Read more »

2010 Self Assessment Tax Return

So how was it for you? Did you get yours filed on time, before the midnight deadline? No? If you missed the deadline, and dont know what to do next, maybe its time to get in touch with me here at Merlin. Or maybe you did it yourself and filed in time but swore never[...] Read more »

Tax Return deadline 48 hours

Just in case you missed it, midnight on Monday is the deadline you need to meet to file your 2010 tax return and avoid a late filing penalty. Any tax you owe should also reach the taxman at the same time at the latest if you are to avoid paying interest. You can pay online[...] Read more »

Self Assessment Tax Returns, file online by 31 Jan 2011

Yes, with Christmas looming (less than 7 weeks now in case you wanted to know) its time to not only be thinking about the Christmas shopping BUT getting that 2010 tax return done, dusted and filed with HMRC. 31 January may seem a long way off, but with the Christmas and New Year break in[...] Read more »