Our system has been designed from the ground up to make sure that our Tax Return process is easy, accurate and versatile. It only takes 4 steps to get your tax return filed, all without having to leave your sofa! It's possible to register with us and have submitted your tax return information in 20 minutes!
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Our Tax Returns are designed to fit the most common tax situations that people have. As we are truly an online service we can afford to offer honest, transparent, fixed pricing with no hidden fees. The price you see is the price you pay, we will never add fees on when you call us "because your tax return is more complicated"!
For those who have more complicated tax affairs not covered by our standard Tax Returns, there are a number of additional options available.
If you had more employments/jobs or rental properties than is included in our standard Tax Returns, please select one of our Top Up Forms during registration.
We can analyse your Capital Gains Liabilities for any property, possessions or shares sold. For more information on whether this applies to you, please click on the button below.
We have designed our system from the ground up to make completing your tax return as quick and pain free as possible. With our easy online service, fixed competitive pricing and Free Investigation Insurance we are sure you won't find a better service.
Our unique online service has been designed to reduce the amount of time and effort you have to put in. You can get started in minutes and be submitting your tax information to our accountants in no time at all.How it Works
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Our tax questionnaires are comprehensive yet easy, including every tax saving opportunity available, allowing us to produce accurate Tax Returns that claim everything you are entitled to.
Every single tax return is given to one of our UK Qualified Accountants to handle from start to finish. We don't believe in anyone else handling something so important!
We offer quick turnaround times for those last minute applications, helping you to avoid HMRC penalties. We guarantee to have your tax return ready to file in under 7 Days.
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HMRC are checking up on people’s Tax Returns more and more these days, causing lengthy investigations. These investigations can arise due to a number of different reasons and can be complicated and time consuming. It is common practice for people to use their accountant to handle the enquiry but often the costs are not normally covered by your original accounting fee and can be quite expensive.
That’s why at TaxTime we have teamed up with a leading insurance company to offer you Free HMRC Investigation Insurance as part of our Tax Return Service. This allows you to have peace of mind that your Tax Return will be handled, no matter what, for the price you were originally quoted!
The policy covers the cost of using a fully qualified accountant to deal with HMRC in their enquiry. This means our accountants will takeover with the enquiry, handling every aspect from start to finish, including:
Under the policy you will be covered for all HMRC Tax Enquiries for 1 Year after submission of your tax return. Please keep your invoice as your reference should an enquiry arise in future.
The policy does not cover the following:
Capital Gains Tax is the most misunderstood of all the taxes. You only have to worry about it when you sell of or dispose of certain kinds of items. Disposing of an asset also includes selling the item below market value or actually giving it away for free. What happens in this situation is that you have to treat the item as if you sold it for the market rate.
You bought a second home in 2005 for £150,000. You rented it out up until recently in December 2014 where you decided you give it to your daughter for free for her to live in. The market value of the house in December 2014 was
Even though you didn’t actually receive any money for the property it has to be treated as if you had. In the situation above you would have a gain of £100,000 on which you would be taxed under Capital Gains.
If you had received £200,000 from your daughter we would still have to treat it as if you had received the market value of £250,000.
If you answer yes to any of the following you may need to undergo a Capital Gains Analysis:
If you owned any shares in a company and then sold them or disposed of them a Capital Gains assessment must be made. This is valid even if you received the same or less money than you originally paid for the shares.
This is when you sell or dispose of a property that at any point during your ownership was not your main family residence. If you declared another property as your main residence even for a short while or rented it out at any point then a Capital Gains assessment must be made regardless of whether any tax may be due. There are exemptions for if you left the country for work or had to move elsewhere for work, didn’t rent the property out and moved back in afterwards before you sold it.
This is a relatively unknown part of Capital Gains tax and becomes valid when you sell items such as stamp & book collections, antiques, paintings & jewellery. If you bought and sold the items for under £6,000 then it is exempt from Capital Gains. If the item was reasonably expected to have a useful life of less than 50 years when you first bought it then it will be exempt from Capital Gains. If the item was used in a business then it will be dealt
with as Capital allowances for the business.