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See how we build financial systems based on your business requirements & give informed advice on online accounting software to achieve record growth.
If you run a business then you need to prepare accounts, not just to keep the taxman happy but also to be able to run your business effectively. Of course you need to get the accounts correct so that your tax can be calculated correctly. And they need to be submitted on time. But you should also be using the financial data in real time to manage your business, so we provide everything you need to make that possible.
HFM Tax clients receive a customised, tailored service regardless of their size. We listen to your aims and objectives and try to understand your business as clearly as possible so that it runs as smoothly as possible. Then we can set up streamlined and time-saving financial systems and deal with you need to fulfil your statutory obligations:
We take care of everything you need – on time, every time – as standard. Plus, you get expert assistance and advice on tap.
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Tax Return Deadline Extended
With days left before 31 January, HMRC’s chief executive Jim Harra has finally conceded that HMRC will extend the tax return deadline and will not charge late filing penalties for online tax returns submitted by 28 February. He stated that this will 'give [taxpayers] the breathing space they need to complete and...
Following a rapid rise in COVID infections, from yesterday 5th January 2021, England has been placed into a new lockdown and now the Chancellor has announced £4.6 billion of new lockdown grants to help support businesses forced to close. The lockdown in England is expected to last until March with a review not due to...
HMRC have responded to a letter from all the main accounting bodies to extend the January 31st tax return deadline this year and remove tax return penalties. HMRC’s chief executive Jim Harra said to do so would encourage some taxpayers to file late despite being able to do so in time.
HMRC will not waive late...