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Let’s set you straight

Knowing how much tax to pay as a high-earner, sole trader or company director, and at what time, is very important. Paying too much can leave you feeling shortchanged and frustrated. Paying too little can get you in trouble with HMRC. We can help you stay on track, stay compliant and feel in control of your personal tax bill.

The fiscal year-end date is 5 April each year with a deadline for personal income tax returns of the 31 January that follows. A lot of people miss that deadline and get hit with big fines, or even prosecuted. Other people end up filing right at the last minute, in a panic, and so make silly mistakes, or end up paying more tax than they need to.

As we see it, the system should work for you. It’s a chance to claim reliefs and allowances and do some planning to avoid paying unnecessary tax. That’s why we tailor our service to you – because it’s all about understanding your life and your business. We start work on your return nice and early, too, doing away with any stress.

For company directors, it’s about reporting salary, dividends, pension contributions and benefits in kind (BIK). For sole traders, the issue is making sure that allowable business expenses are claimed to help keep your tax bill down.

Don’t worry about HMRC either. We know the legislation and rules so can usually head off any queries. If they do ask questions, we’ll be on hand to answer them on your behalf.

Why blyth?

Ahead of schedule

Complete annual accounts within 3-4 months of the financial year-end date.

Fixed fees

Our fees are always what we promise and we never charge you by the hour.

Always online

It’s a necessity but we know its value. Stay connected to your finances.

No surprises

We keep you updated and in the loop. There’ll be no shocks or surprises.

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