No matter if your company has made a profit or a loss, and irrespective of whether any Corporation Tax is due, you will need to file an annual tax return for your company. Sole traders and limited companies, whilst not required to complete a company tax return, are however required to complete a self-assessment.
As HRMC comes under increased pressure from the government to ensure that all companies are meeting their reporting obligations, the onus on businesses to ensure that they are filing accurate and timely returns has never been greater, nor has the potential for a hefty fine.
We understand how time consuming your tax compliance processes can be. Our teams of tax advisers have the experience and expertise to take the stress out of your tax compliance and administration by taking the burden away from you, dealing with every aspect of your return, whilst mitigating your tax exposure.
Following HMRC’s Making Tax Digital
initiative, businesses and organisations will be required to have made a complete transition to filing returns digitally. At present, businesses above the VAT threshold of £85,000 are required to keep digital records and provide VAT returns through appropriate software. From April 2022, MTD will be extended to all VAT registered businesses whose turnover is below the VAT threshold (£85,000). A year later, from April 2023, it will apply to all taxpayers who file income tax self-assessment tax returns for business or property income over £10,000 annually.
We have been at the forefront of digital reporting for some time, developing a complete online tax and accounting solution called sblive
. Please get in touch with one of our tax advisers who can explain more about sblive
and how it can help to streamline your tax filing.