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Step-by-Step Guide to Completing Your Tax Return Online [2018/2019 Edition]. Quickly and easily complete your self-assessment tax return online using this easy step-by-step approach.
My guide walks you through completing your tax return from start to finish. I’ll show you what you need to have ready to make completing your return a breeze as well as sharing some expert advice on allowances and deductions that may reduce your tax bill.
It’s perfect for anyone who wants to avoid paying an accountant because they have fairly simple tax affairs.
Who Is This For?
This guide is designed to help individuals who are:
- Self-employed with a business turnover of £85,000 or less such as professionals, creatives, bloggers and taxi drivers or;
- Employed (either full-time or part-time) and self-employed with a business turnover of £85,000 or less or;
- Foster Carers or;
- Qualified and trainee accountants looking to learn more about the self-assessment system.
Who Isn’t This For?
- Non-UK Residents or;
- Anyone who files a paper tax return;
- Landlords (coming soon);
- Individuals who received dividends (coming soon);
- Individuals who received pensions, foreign income or capital gains.
This edition is for UK residents and reflects the 2018/2019 tax rules.
Guide Created by Anita Forrest ACA
While I have made every attempt to ensure the accuracy of the contents of the “Straightforward Guide To Completing Your Self-Assessment Tax Return”, I cannot accept responsibility for any losses or penalties you may incur while following the contents. I have prepared the contents for a wider audience so you may need to seek additional assistance relevant to your own personal situation.
Anita is a Chartered Accountant with over a decade of experience taking self-employed business owners from financially confused to business savvy.
She is the creator of the ‘Go Self Employed’ website, which is her corner on the internet where she makes self-employment less terrifying.