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Q:

If I am due some tax refund / Credits, Will you charge a percentage on that?

A:

No. We are here to provide you a better service, we are not here to rip you off, It is your money, so you should have every penny of it. We will advise you of the service charges before we go ahead.

   

James Lynn (Leeds)

 

Q:

When is my Income Tax due?

A:

There is no minimum age before an individual becomes liable to income tax; Please contact us for more details.

   

Ricky (Edinburgh)

 

Q:

What sort of Deductions or Allowances can I claim back?

A:

The answer to this question depends on individual circumstances, Please contact us for more information.

    Alex Stewart (Preston)
 

Q:

Can I do my tax return myself?

A:

You can but also you cant really. Yes; only If you're really confident and are MR know it all about UK Income tax legislation. Definately Not; if you are dont know exactly what you are doing and not aware of legal procedures. It mainly depends on your knowledge about law and procedures what you're good at and whether you prefer to leave certain things to professionals.
    Alexis (Dudley)
 

Q:

 I am over 120 miles away from you, will you sort my accounts for me?

A:

 Yes, Why not; we can get your accounts ready over the phone, Fax, Post or Email. for all of our services, you dont need to visit our offices, which will save huge time for you.
    Amjad (Glasgow)
 

Q:

 What happens if I separate / divorse?

A:

First of all Income Tax Office need to be notified straightaway. Where a husband has been making a joint statement, he must declare on his Tax Return his income for the whole of the year and his partners income from 1st January to the date of separation / divorse. His wife will be issued a Tax Return to complete in which she must declare her income for the period from the date of separation to 31st December. Husband will be taxed as a married person and wife as a single person. After that both will be taxed as single person.
     
 

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 I have a complaint to make.

A:

 We are really sorry to hear that you had some issues with our service, You can leave comments and concerns on contact us page, we will try our best to resolve your queries or concerns asap.
    R. Andrew (Banbury)
 

Q:

  If I subscribe your services, will you deal with Tax and other authorities on my behalf?

A:

Definately Yes, but we would need an authority letter signed by you to let us deal with Tax and other authorities needed.
    Lisa (Basildon)
 

Q:

 What happens if I delay paying my income tax?

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You will be charged a surcharge for late payment of tax by Tax Office. If you have not paid your tax in full by required date then a further 10% will be added to any sum that remains unpaid. In addition legal proceedings may be taken to collect arrears of tax. This will result in legal costs being incurred, which you are bound to pay.
    Asim (Coventry)
 

Q:

Can you sort me out as I am quite behind with my tax and my some of previous years are even incomplete?

A:

Definately Yes, thats part of our job. Dont forget to ask for discounted rates for accounts for more than one year.
    Ram Chandar (Oxford)
 
Q:  What happens if I get married?
A: In the year of marriage you will have to fill two Tax Returns forms. After that Income will be entered on a single form.
    Rasheed (High Wycombe
 
Q:  What if I found some problems with my assessment?
A: Please check very carefully when you receive your Notice of Assessment. If there are any problems or any information is incorrect or you do not agree with the assessment made on you then you have right to appeal within 40 days of the assessment issue date. The appeal has to be in writing and must specify the reasons of the appeal(please pay amout of tax you think is appropriate as quickly else it will cause more issues later on and Tax office will charge 10% surcharge)
    Andy McRae (Luton)
 
Q: What happens if I fail to declare all my income?
A: If an investigation into your tax affairs reveals that you have omitted income from your Tax Returns and have failed to pay the correct amount of tax, it is likely that a fine will be charged in addition to the tax due.
    Sunil (Milton Keynes)