Aston Shaw

Self Assessment Tax Returns

Our tax department can provide you with all the advice and assistance you need to ensure your tax return is submitted correctly first time. Whether you are self-employed, rent out a property, a partner or a director of a business we can assist you in becoming fully tax compliant and making sure you don’t pay too much tax.

Although you are able to complete and submit your tax return yourself, many individuals find the process tricky and altogether quite stressful. Our tax advisors have had years of experience and will able to guide you through the process and make it as easy as possible.

Self Employed Tax Return

Being self-employed requires you to keep track of your finances and disclose to HMRC what you have earned over the tax year. Many of our self-employed clients came to us because their circumstances made the process of filling out the SA100 form tricky and time-consuming; they were also concerned about getting it wrong and incurring a fine. As specialist tax advisors, we can ensure that not only are you fully compliant with HMRC but also that you don’t pay more tax than you have to.

“Aston Shaw has looked after the needs of my business and the personal taxation for all my family for almost 10 years”. Dr Sameer Shah, Newmarket Road Dental Clinic

Landlord Tax Return

If you own and rent out a property you need to submit a tax return to disclose the income you obtained through rental. In order to correctly work out the amount of tax due, you need to be able to disclose figures either earned from self-employment or wages.

“Aston Shaw have given my partner and I really good advice over the years. Moreover the cost of the advice has been rewarded in lower tax bills”.

The Penalties

Submission After The Deadline

£100 Fine

3 Months Late

£10 a day up to £900

6 Months Late

£300 or 5% of tax due

12 Months Late

£300 or 5% of tax due

*All penalties are additional to the former.

Tax Evasion Vs Tax Avoidance: The Difference

June 2017

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Contrary to popular belief, there is actually a distinct difference between tax avoidance and tax evasion. It’s very rare for a month to go by without a story splashed across the news regarding some big name business or celebrity who has been publicly shamed for doing one or the other. But what is the difference […]

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